A new hotel for creepy crawlies has opened at Dublin Airport.
It was built by airport carpenters to encourage insects that perform a valued service, like pollination and pest control.
It's also being used to support biodiversity in the airport gardens.
Carpenter John Duffy said: "We used old untreated pallets as well as a host of natural materials such as logs, twigs, and branches to make the insect hotel.
"Colleagues in the gardening section were very helpful in sourcing the building materials so that the only purchase was the chicken wire to prevent birds gaining access".
Some of the insects that have already 'checked-in' to the hotel include solitary bees, butterflies and hoverflies.