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Could everyone’s favorite talking porcupine, Teddy Bear, be the next great animal prognosticator? He chose the winner last year, and now he’s ready to reveal his pick for Super Bowl XLVII.
Think he’ll get it right again?
“Heck, he doesn't really care, he'll do just about anything for an ear of corn,” say his handlers in their YouTube posting.
You can check out all of Teddy Bear’s greatest hits on his YouTube channel, and read our Q&A with his handler at Zooniversity in Texas.
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