Meet Mendoza the baby tapir, who's recovered after catching a tummy bug just days after he was born.
Tapirs are related to rhinos and usually live in rainforests in South America.
When a tapir is born it has markings on its body that make it look a bit like a humbug sweet. The markings act as camouflage in the wild and will gradually disappear as the tapir grows older.
Watch the clip to see five-week-old Mendoza and his mum at the zoo in Kent, where he was born.