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    The wise old elephant hasn't strayed from her choice. Holding a paint brush in her nose, she has painted on the Patriots easel both times she has picked.
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    Kiani, a 600-pound sea lion at the Bronx Zoo, is a true New Yorker. She nodded her head "yes" to a New York Giants win.
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    The New York Giants have the support of Arun, a 2 ton endangered Asian rhino, at the Fort Worth Zoo in Texas. The one-horned rhino playfully knocked a ball decorated with a Giant's helmet, cementing his selection.
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    On day one, the zoo's tiger ripped open a box of meat wrapped in the Patriot's logo but has since decided to become a Giants fan. "The tiger came out and went to the Patriots box and sniffed around it, looked at it, and then went to the Giants box and picked it up and tore it open," Jon Glesing, spokesman for the Indianapolis Zoo, told ABCNews.com.
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    The fish at the Indianapolis Zoo just can't seem to make up their minds. Two trainers representing each team jump into the aquarium with food. The one who gets the most bites wins. Right now, it's a coin flip.
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    There's no denying the meerkats at the Indianapolis Zoo are true blue Giants fans. The critters gravitated to a Giants box, which was filled with crickets, each of the three times they were asked to pick.
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    With two shows a day, the Indianapolis Zoo's dolphins have plenty of chances to be flippers, but they've gone for the Giants three out of four times. The dolphins leap into the air toward buoys representing each team. Whichever is nudged with a nose first is the winner.
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    Papa, a miniature donkey at the Blank Park Zoo in Des Moines, Iowa, initially faked out bystanders by staring at a box of goodies marked with the Patriots logo. When it came time to choose, he decided what the New York Giants had to offer was more palatable.
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