Ape and Slow-Moving Tortoise Predict Who Will Win Super Bowl

Animals at zoos across the country are predicting who will win the Super Bowl.

You don't have to wait until Sunday night to see who wins the Super Bowl – some wise animals already have the answer.

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An ape at the Salt Lake City Zoo has predicted that the Carolina Panthers will be the big winners. For 10 minutes, the ape moved around a room before choosing the winning team on Thursday at the annual event. 

He picked up a football-shaped cardboard sign and then kissed the Panthers' helmet without going anywhere near the Denver Broncos’ memorabilia. 

The zoo's animals have correctly predicted the Super Bowl winner for the last eight years. 

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Meanwhile, at the Myrtle Beach Safari in South Carolina, there was a matchup between two chimps to see who will win the 2016 trophy; the Carolina Panthers prevailed. 

However, at the Dallas Zoo, Nancy the slow-moving tortoise won the race and went straight for the Bronco's cake. 

It's unclear whether any of these zoo animals even watched any games this season - or if they'll be treated to wings and beer on Sunday. 

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