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BEIJING: The organizing committee for the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games and Asian Para Games will continue to accept submission of proposals for the design of official mascot till July 15.
The Mascot for the 2010 tournament was Palanquinha, which was inspired by the Giant Sable Antelope (Hippotragus niger variani), a national symbol and a treasured animal in Angola.
"The presence of the mascots brings joy to the children and the adults.
One way is to 'popularize' some of these threatened species, giving them life-size, cute and cuddly representations through lovable mascots.
The report claimed that Everton charged an "eye-wateringly high" PS718 to become a matchday mascot, while many clubs offered the same packages for nothing.
Martyn James of consumer website Resolver said: "Being a mascot is a way of rewarding young fans.
Burnley, who also offer a [pounds sterling]300 VIP Mascot package, and Everton said all proceeds went to support the work of their official Burnley and Everton in the Community charities.
In December last year, the organisers of Tokyo 2020 Games had released a list of mascot pairs and asked Japanese schoolchildren in the country and Japanese schools outside Japan to choose the best mascots.
Mascots are massive in Japan, where there are literally thousands representing everything from small communities to prisons.
Lions, a leopard, a cockerel, a dog, an armadillo and even an orange have all been the official World Cup mascot over the years and fans are being welcomed to Russia this year by a friendly wolf called Zabivaka.