Everyone loves a good photobomb! And it seems in the 1960s - life was no different.

The Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay shared this throwback photo of an Ostrich who wanted in on the photo action.

The other ostrich looks slightly peeved (someone might have received a friendly kick afterwards!).

The Welsh Mountain Zoo opened its doors to the public in 1963.

In 2008, with support from the zoo charities in the UK, the British and Irish association of Zoos and Aquariums and Welsh Assembly Government, the attraction changed its name to the National Zoological Society of Wales and the Welsh Mountain Zoo was officially recognised as the National Zoo of Wales.

The zoo recently re-opened its gates to the public after having to close for four months in line with Covid restrictions.

Visitors must pre-book their tickets.

All indoor animal houses and close contact viewing areas remain temporarily closed.