Tyler (KETK) — There are two new animals at the Caldwell Zoo in Tyler.
And, they need names!
They're called Rock Hyraxes.
These are the only two at the zoo right now.
But, because there is a male and female, zoo officials tell KETK, they might be starting a new family.
Rock Hyraxes are actually from Africa, they love plants and they like to hide.
And while they may look like rodents-- they're not.
Brianna Watson tells KETK, even though they're small, they're actually related to elephants.
To help name these new animals, the zoo needs your help.
The contest is open until Friday, March 22nd.
Officials tell KETK, the winner will receive free admission to the zoo, for their entire family, for a year.
To submit your name--- you can do one of two things.
You can either send your information via email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Or, you can participate by messaging them with names for the hyraxes, your name, address, phone and/or email on their Facebook page. 
They ask that you please don't leave your information on their wall.
They will ONLY consider submissions that have been messaged.