Official Mascots

Some articles on official mascots, mascot, mascots:

2000 Summer Olympics - The Mascots
... The official mascots The official mascots chosen for the 2000 Summer Olympics were Syd the Platypus — 'Syd' was named from 'Sydney', the host city for the Games ... An unofficial mascot There was also an unofficial mascot, Fatso the Fat-Arsed Wombat, which was popularised by comedy team The Dream with Roy and HG ... Roy and HG also frequently disparaged the official mascots on their television program ...
Military Mascot - British Army Mascots
... Army have long been prone to adopt members of the animal world as their mascot dogs, goats and ponies are just a few that have graced ceremonial parades ... When the custom of having Regimental mascots first started is not clear ... Some mascots in the British Army are indicative of the recruiting area of a regiment, such as the Derbyshire Ram, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Irish Wolfhounds and Welsh Goats ...

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