Sochi has three furry friends representing the 2014 Winter Games: the leopard, the hare and the polar bear. In real life, it's unlikely these animals would co-exist quite so peacefully, but they seem pretty happy here. Take a look at them in action, and also see some Olympic mascots of the past.
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A member of Team USA passes the Sochi polar bear mascot. Seems like a friendly fellow.
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The Sochi 2014 polar bear mascot leads a group of Olympic volunteers.
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Russian Olympic Committee president Alexander Zhukov shares a moment next to the hare, one of the official mascots for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
Aimee Fuller and Jamie Nicholls of the Great Britain snowboard team joke around on statues of the official Sochi mascots.
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Remember Wenlock, the London 2012 Olympic Games mascot? How could you forget a face like that, right?
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Quatchi, the adorable mascot for the 2010 Olympic Games, takes to the ice in Vancouver, Canada.
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The Fuwa mascots from the Beijing Olympics in China stand in front of the National Stadium, better known as Bird's Nest.
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A friendly snowball named Neve (left) and her playful ice cube partner Gliz were the mascots for the Turin Winter Olympic Games.
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Is the official mascot for the 2004 Summer Games in Athens human or animal?