The Fort Worth Zoo in Texas wants to let you in on a secret. They know who will win Super Bowl 37.
Their elephant "Rasha" has been predicting winning teams since 1998.
That's five winners in a row!
She demonstrates her special talent from her home with the assistance of her trainer.
Rasha uses her trunk to pick between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders. The two teams play each other this Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California.
And who did Rasha predict will win? Her lucky trunk says the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Tune in Sunday to find out if Rasha is right.
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Super Bowl XXXVII: Oakland Raiders vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Oakland Raiders: AFC
The Raiders have made it to the Super Bowl five times.
Super Bowl XXXVII: Jan. 26, 2003 -- Oakland vs. Tampa Bay
Super Bowl XVIII: Jan. 22, 1984 – L.A. Raiders 38, Washington 9
Super Bowl XV: Jan. 25, 1981 – Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10
Super Bowl XI: Jan. 9, 1977 – Oakland 32, Minnesota 14
Super Bowl II: Jan. 14, 1968 – Oakland 14, Green Bay 33
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: NFC
This is the first year the Buccaneers have made it to the Super Bowl. Buccaneers’ head coach Jon Gruden left the Raiders last year.
Vince Lombardi Trophy
The Vince Lombardi Super Bowl Trophy was originally called the World Championship Game Trophy when the game was still known as the AFL-NFL World Championship. It was renamed in 1971 in honor of Vince Lombardi, former Green Bay Packers coach and general manager.
It is considered to be the National Football League’s most prestigious award.
Handcrafted by Tiffany & Co. and valued at $12,500, the trophy depicts a football in kicking position. Standing at 22 inches high and weighing seven pounds, it is made entirely of sterling silver and takes 72 man-hours to complete.
Source: A compilation of Web reports contributed to this report.
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