The Best Super Bowl 2013 Ads Starring Animals

Posted: Feb 4 2013, 8:12am CST | by , in Super Bowl


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The Best Super Bowl 2013 Ads Starring Animals

Wolves are big this year in Super Bowl 2013 ads, but a Clydesdale foal stole the spotlight.

The Super Bowl 2013 is history. It had a power outage and the Baltimore Ravens won. There has been again an awesome line-up of Super Bowl ads including again a lot of spots that feature animals. This year dogs got replaced with other unusual animals like wolves. There are two Super Bowl 2013 Ads that feature wolves. The Old Spice Super Bowl ad and the Super Bowl Ad are both starring wolves.

The biggest animal star of the Super Bowl 2013 Ads is though the Clydesdale Baby. Budweiser won with the cute foal the USA Today Ad Meter 2013 ranking.

Besides wolves and horses the Super Bowl 2013 Ads star a goat, loads of animal babies, a bear, a cat and a cheetah. Watch the best animal SuperBowl Ads of 2013 below.

Animal Super Bowl 2013 Ads:

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The Superbowl 2013 has been played. The Baltimore Ravens won against the San Francisco 49ers. Is the Power Outage to blame? Who cares. What stays from Super Bowl 2013 are the Super Bowl 2013 Ads. Watch all Super Bowl 2013 Ads now.

There have been again several very funny Super Bowl ads as well as very sexy ads. We have all ads covered that are must see.

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