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Caption Competition

12:46 UK time, Friday, 28 August 2009

Winning entries in the Caption Competition.

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The competition is now closed. Full rules can be seen here [PDF].

This week, Mjikuu, one of three female gorillas at London Zoo, looks at a photo of the new male that will be joining them soon from a French zoo.

Thanks to all who entered. The prize of a small amount of kudos to the following:

6. BeckySnow
A thanks but no thanks letter arrives from Peter Jackson.

5. SheffTim
"...and this is one of the Mrs in a field when we visited France last year..."

4. LaurenceLane
Hirsute female would like to meet similar male with good sense of humour and own tyre.

3. Candace9839
"He's been in the Cadbury advert, don't you know..."

2. Rockahula
It had been a hot summer - too hot - when Gus had swung fatefully into her life. There'd been screeching, there'd been bananas, and yes, there'd been tears. She'd been young, he was from the wrong side of the valley - she'd been a fool to think it could work. And yet all these years later, she could still taste his fleas if she closed her eyes... Now, sitting in the warm glow of the late afternoon sun, she clung to this - this bittersweet reminder of a moment of glorious madness; a love that should never have been... And yet... and yet... even now, one question still lingered in her mind like the warm fragrance of sweet fragipani blossom on the sultry air of a summer's evening: where the hell had he managed to get a photo developed in the jungle?

1. KaptainKaption
"Hey, I got that job as a Bloke-a-gram."

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