MYRTLE BEACH, South Carolina (NEWS2) – Myrtle Beach Safari has released their annual Super Bowl Predictions for 2016.
For the past five years, they have let their tigers, wolves, leopards, chimpanzees, orangutans and other endangered species on their preserve, pick the winner of the Super Bowl in fun videos.
On January 31, they posted a video of a tiger at the preserve chasing two remote control cars fitted with helmets for the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos and eventually the tiger pounced on the Panther car. It’s no surprise that she picked a fellow Carolina cat to win.
Tibet the tiger wasn’t the only animal to make her Super Bowl prediction.
On February 2, Myrtle Beach Safari posted a video of “Bubbles,” an African elephant choosing between two Super Bowl themed cakes. Bubbles went straight for the Broncos cake, predicting a Denver Broncos Super Bowl win.
And on Friday, February 5, a video of two chimpanzees, one representing the Denver Broncos and one representing the Carolina Panthers, wearing adorable team themed t-shirts and pants. Watch the adorable tackles below.
The Myrtle Beach Safari, also known as the T.I.G.E.R.S. Preservation Station, is home to several of the world’s rarest tigers, including Royal White Bengal Tigers, and Hercules the 922-pound liger, the world’s largest living cat.
The Myrtle Beach Safari is on a 50 acre preserve just 17 miles south of Barefoot Landing.
Learn more about the Myrtle Beach Safari here: https://www.myrtlebeachsafari.com/