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Seriously, though. What happens when a bear (who kind of looks like Master Splinter from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, because of the low-quality video), competes in a bike race with a monkey, at a circus?
Here’s A Roundup Of All The Animals Predicting The Super Bowl, And They Think The San Francisco 49ers Will Win
Every year, animals predict the Super Bowl. Every year, we tell you about animals predicting the Super Bowl. Because in recent years, this has shifted from cute novelty to outright free-for-all, animal Mark Schlereth’s everywhere. In an effort to condense your animal-centric Super Bowl curiosities, we have compiled a list of the animals who have predicted the Super Bowl winner.
“This can’t end well,” you think. A human – armed with only a rake – vs. an alligator? In the gator’s natural habitat? But Kip Henly, the caddie for golfer Brian Gay, came out on top. Video evidence after the jump.
There’s a video that’s been making the rounds over the last few days of a paraglider whose ride was interrupted by a wayward vulture who flies into his parachute. He manages to land safely, but it’s still a crazy sequence…especially if you know what the guy’s saying after the crash. Hint: cursing, and lots of it. Video after the jump.
This is Kili the parrot. Kili is apparently a parrot of many talents (and also loves head scratches and petting – awwww). And it just so happens that the most recent of these talents filmed for our enjoyment is…air hockey. Video proof after the jump.
No matter who wins tonight’s NLDS Game 5 between the Phillies and Cardinals, this seems destined to go down as the Series of Squirrels. They ran loose on the field at Busch Stadium in St. Louis two games in a row, and as you’ll see after the jump, even traveling halfway across the country wasn’t enough to keep Family Sciuridae down.