Votes cast by more than 1500 members of the public have helped name four furry African lion cubs born at a Victorian zoo 13 weeks ago.
Two female cubs born at the Werribee Open Range Zoo two months ago will be called Asali, which is Swahili for "honey", and Ilola, meaning "to become strong" in the Lesotho language.
Their brothers have been named Ato, which has Swahili origins and means "he who is born on Saturday", and Lwazi, Zulu for "the one with knowledge".
The winning names will be a welcome change for zoo keepers, who have had to tell the cubs apart from small differences in their size.
The foursome made their public debut in early October and in their youth sticks, bark and mum Nilo's tail are proving to be their favourite play things, the zoo has revealed.
The litter will be introduced to 11-month-old half-siblings Zuberi, Ndidi, Aziza and Kibibi in coming weeks.