Wildlife experts are celebrating after camera traps spotted a collection of wild animals in central Georgia.
The latest sightings saw cameras capture rare glimpses of lynx, bear, Caucasian deer, wolf and badger in the Borjomi- Kharagauli National Park in central Georgia.
The camera traps were installed within the Rare and Endangered Species Monitoring System project in Georgia’s protected areas.
See what the cameras spotted below.
Borjomi Kharagauli National Park is one of the most important national parks in the Caucasus. It was the first National Park established in the Caucasus region that met international standards.
It is recognised by the European Network of Protected Areas, which symbolises the highest level of protection of a forest.