Four Asian lion cubs have been born at Fota Wildlife Park in Cork.
The cubs were born on February 20th.
They're the second litter to parents Gira and Shanto.
Accordint to Lead Ranger Kelly Lambe the Asian lion species is endangered and now inhabits only one remaining site in the world – the Gir Forest, in India.
It means that wildlife parks and zoos play a crucial role in safeguarding the species and maintaining the genetic diversity outside of the wild population.
Fota Wildlife Park is calling on the public to help name them.
You can do so by clicking here.