Your views on London's Olympic mascots
Say hello to Wenlock and Mandeville - they're the mascots for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The story behind them is that they were created from the last drops of steel used to build the new Olympic stadium.
Children and families helped design the mascots and their story was written by top kids' author Michael Morpurgo.
It's hoped the duo will get more kids into sport. They'll now set off on a UK tour, visiting schools and communities in the lead up to the Games.
Lights and bracelets
Watch the story of Mandeville and Wenlock
The futuristic-looking pair have cameras for eyes. They also have small yellow lights on their heads, based on London's famous black taxis.
Wenlock is wearing bracelets in the colours of the five Olympic rings, and if you look at Mandeville's head you'll see three crescents - just like the Paralympics logo.
The mascots were unveiled at a primary school in east London - close to where the Games will take place in two summers' time.
Their names might sound unusual, but there's a story behind them too.
Wenlock comes from the town Much Wenlock, whose local games helped inspire the modern Olympics.
Mandeville is named after Stoke Mandeville Hospital, which is where Paralympic sport started.