You know the baby gorilla born at SF Zoo? The one whose biological mother abandoned it? Well, SF Zoo needs you help naming the tyke.

According to reports
, "the contest runs from February 12 through March 5 and is open to children five years and older and to adults." The baby gorilla's name, however will not be picked by zoo officials; instead, "the animal's father, Oscar Jonesy, a dominant silverback gorilla, will get the final say." (The hell?) Judges will choose five names, "each attached to sticks of bamboo." The first stick Jonesy touches will be the winning name. So, you know, it chance will have a lot to do with it.

The winner will receive a zoo family membership "for the zoo closest to the winner's place of residency," a large gorilla stuffed animal, a framed photo of the infant gorilla with a footprint, a thirty minute Q&A with a gorilla keeper (either in person, via phone or internet depending on location of winner), and a gorgeous, black-market gorilla pelt. (Har.)

Oh, and we think "Bean" is a perfect name. "Bean" for the win!

You can enter to win at