Brazilians seem to like the 2014 World Cup mascot, an armadillo sporting a white shirt and green shorts, but they're not sold on its potential name.
The three-banded armadillo is a Brazilian native known as the tatu-bola. It's also an endangered species.
"I'm delighted to welcome such an important member to the 2014 team," said former Brazilian striker Ronaldo, a member of the organizing committee. "The mascot will play a key ambassadorial role in the next two years. I'm sure he will inspire many young football fans in Brazil and all over the world with the great passion which he has for the sport and for his country."