A park ranger has posted a remarkable selfie on social media showing a pair of gorillas posing proudly in the background.
The picture was taken at Virunga National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Around one third of the world’s population of critically endangered mountain gorillas live in the park’s lush volcanic forests.
Ranger Mathieu Shamavu described his captivating composition as just “another day in the office”.
Mr Shamavu is part of the country’s Elite Anti-Poaching Units And Combat Trackers group, which is tasked with protecting the animals.
A team of more than 600 rangers undergoes “intensive training, risking their lives on a daily basis to safeguard the park’s exceptional wildlife”, it says on its website.
Thousands of people responded to the image on Facebook, with one user saying: “Wow, that is an awesome office you’ve got there. Stay safe and thank you for the amazing work you do.”
Another user simply said: “Now that’s a selfie!”
With the photograph being shared thousands of times across social media, supporters have urged people to “make a difference” and donate to Virunga’s conservation efforts.