Metro, the free newspaper for commuters in London, is running a competition to find the new name for the Glacier National Park in the US.

As the paper explains:

“Glacier National Park has a problem: its ice is going the way of the Norwegian blue parrrot of Monty Python fame – rapidly shuffling off this mortal coil and pushing up the daises. It will soon be an ex-glacier park”.

Scientists are predicting that the Park will glacier-free by 2030. “The thing is, what do you call a glacier park that’s missing its glaciers?” asks Metro.

Suggestions please to