by Emma Louise Oldham September 19, 2019

For our ‘Evolution of Life’ issue, we asked you to stretch your imagination and visualise a future civilisation. We wanted you to design what a human would look like in a million years’ time. The results were startling! Look at how weird and wonderful we might turn out…


Well done to our five winners!

Jakob, age 9, Bath


Nylah, age 8, Cornwall


Naomi, age 10, London


Jasmine, age 8, Altrincham


Vita, age 9, Brighton

What you've won: 

Our winners will receive Dino Dump, a super-fun game from our friends over at Big Potato Games.

Available at: https://bigpotato.com/gb/games/dino-dump/

 


Runners up:

We had a great time looking at your ideas on how we will evolve, look and behave in the future. Here are more of our favourites:

Eleanor, age 6, Portsmouth


Joshua, age 7

 


Isabel, age 9, Thailand


Dougie, age 9, Belper

 


1 Response

Chris Wallace
Chris Wallace

May 26, 2020

Hi there, we are in Ireland and receive your mag by post. Are we eligible to join the competition?
Thanks

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