Lunch was glass-lickin’ good for nine-year-old Sumatran tiger Jalur this week, as the big cat made quick work of some stray food on his see through enclosure wall.
The feisty male loves a feed and his keepers are careful not to let him out ahead of his sister Cinta at lunchtime or he cleans up her food as well as his.
Jalur and his twin sister arrived at the Symbio Wildlife Park , in Sydney, Australia when they were both two years old.
There are only 230 Sumatran tigers left in the wild and the zoo is helping to combat this through their involvement in international breeding programmes.
But because Cinta and Jalur are siblings, one of the tigers will eventually be swapped with one from another zoo.