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What are the London 2012 Olympic mascots?
What we know for sure: they’re metallic, have one eye each and no visible feet.
They also have an official website, and are on twitter — although with hands shaped like mittens, it could be difficult to tweet.
Organiser’s for the London Games say the mascots will be hit a with kids — and why not? Doesn’t every child crave a toy moulded from steel left over from the last girder on the Olympic stadium?
The question is, what do you think of Wenlock and Mandeville? How do they represent London, the UK or the Olympics in general?
The 2012 Olympic mascot Wenlock (L) and Paralympic mascot Mandeville pose for photographers in the playground at St. Paul’s primary school in London May 19, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett