Meet Grace, a vixen on a mission to help her mum raise her litter. She's embraced all of the usual sisterly duties - from cub-sittings to finding treats for her hungry brothers and sisters.
One-year-old Grace has some important rearing duties on her plate. While her mother Tealeaf heads out to find food for hungry mouths, Grace has spent her time cub-sittings her brothers and sisters. She's a well-mannered, easy-going vixen, which inspired the experts at Brighton University to name her Grace.
Grace is being studied by Brighton University. She was fitted with a GPS collar and released back into the wild.
Grace's GPS-tracked journey began on Wednesday 18 April.