Due to the number of super entries for our ‘Name the Chameleon’ Competition it has been extremely difficult choosing a winner. However, after much deliberation we considered that the name ‘Rainbow’ would most suit our beautiful lizard. Our overall winner is Harry Ovey, aged 13, from London, who, as well as coming up with the winning name, also provided a great description of why Chameleons are so special. Many congratulations to Harry, who will be receiving a copy of David Attenborough’s book ‘Life in Cold Blood’ and a special tour of the vivarium for him and his 11yr old sister. Out of all the entries we had, we actually had 3 other people who came up with the winning name; Sazia Akchtar, age 4, from Portsmouth, and Jake and Samson Yallop, aged 10, from Leicester. As joint winners, I am very pleased to say that they have also be invited to come and meet our chameleon again in person and have a super behind the scenes museum visit. Many congratulations to all our winners and many thanks to everyone who entered!
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