An alpaca whose life hangs in the balance has received a temporary reprieve, after an urgent High Court hearing was adjourned.
Geronimo twice tested positive for bovine tuberculosis, and the Department of Food, Environment and Rural Affairs (Defra) ordered him to be euthanised.
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An application for a temporary injunction to halt the destruction order was heard earlier.
The judge requested more details and adjourned the case until Wednesday.
Mrs Justice Stacey, at the High Court in London, said she would need further information from Geronimo's owner Helen Macdonald and from Government lawyers before she could make her decision.
If the judge refuses the application, Defra will be able to slaughter Geronimo as there is no further right of appeal for Ms Macdonald.
If she grants the application, the alpaca will survive until a further hearing can be held which is likely to determine whether there was a material non-disclosure on Defra's part in the earlier proceedings and whether the case should be reopened.
Ms Macdonald, who owns a farm at Wickwar, near Bristol, imported Geronimo from New Zealand in 2017.
She believes the tests are returning false positives, but has been refused permission to have him tested a third time.