Walrus of Love puts flamingos in the mood
Zoo staff have been helping a group of shy flamingos - by piping Barry White songs into their enclosure at night.
Keepers at Drusillas Park in Alfriston, Sussex, hoped it would get the Chilean flamingos in the mood for love.
They played classic smooch songs by the 'Walrus of Love' including I Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe and You're the First, the Last, My Everything.
And it seems to have done the trick as two of the birds, Maurice and Gabriella, have hatched a chick.
The latest addition is the first successful flamingo hatching at Drusillas Park since 2009.
Zoo manager Sue Woodgate said: "We are absolutely delighted with the progress of the flamingo chick.
"I was lucky enough to be at the enclosure when it hatched. The keepers and I were so excited to see the little grey flamingo emerge from its shell under the watchful eye of its parents."
Keepers are hoping for another baby, as the flamingos are sitting on a further three eggs which could hatch in up to three weeks.