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Two Pennsylvania Tortoises Predict Super Bowl Winner

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A slow start to the super bowl in Pennsylvania as two 60 year old tortoises race to predict the winner of the big game.

The pair, named Al and Henry, were given the chance the pick their favorite Super Bowl team in a race at ClydePeeling's Reptiland in Gregg Township.

Henry seemed to had given the thumbs up for a Seahawks win but just as Al changed the course by going with the Broncos.

"We just thought it would be a really fun way to play up the Super Bowl and join in the fun,"  said Kalin Driscoll from Clyde Peeling's Reptiland.

"Obviously it's for fun and they know as much about football as I do, which is to say nothing!" Clyde Peeling of Reptiland said.

In the end both tortoises decided on the Broncos.

They were rewarded with a round of apples after the race was over.

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