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MOSCOW, November 8. /TASS/. A female tiger and a polar bear living at a Krasnoyarsk zoo have been offered to predict the outcome of the presidential elections in the United States, the Royev Ruchei zoo said on its website on Tuesday.
Each of the ‘forecasters’ was offered two pumpkins, one with a portrait of Donald Trump and the other with Hillary Clinton, and stuffed with fish and meat.
Yunona the tigress ‘voted’ for Clinton who may become the first woman president of the United States if elected. In contrast, Felix the polar bear resolutely ‘voted’ for Trump, the zoo said.
Here is a selection of how other animals predicted the outcome of US presidential election:
Scottish goat chose Clinton
Dogs from Cleveland chose Trump
Monkey from China chose Trump
Pig from Arkansas predicted Trump's victory
Yunona the tigress 'voted' for Clinton
Felix the polar bear resolutely ‘voted’ for Trump