As a favorite for the summer games from July 23 to August 8, 2032, media reports are currently trading the Koala. The bag animal had recently been classified as “heavily endangered” in much of the country’s long parts of the country.
“In the year 2032 and already before the eyes of the world will be focused on us,” quoted the Australian Sender ABC on Monday Cameron Costello from Queensland Tourism Industry Council. This is a great opportunity to focus the world’s focus on Australia’s species.
Public may decide
The Minister of the Environment of Queensland, Stirling Hinchliffe, but brought the Ibis into play. He had a weakness for the big birds to me her long curved beaks, said the politician. However, regional prime minister Annastacia Palaszczuk stressed, but it was “highly unlikely” that the Ibis will make the race. “But we let the public decide.”
At the Olympic Games in Sydney 2000, there were even three official mascots: Syd, Olly and Millie – a crab animals, a kookaburra and an antiely. All three are endemic species in Australia.