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To celebrate Super Bowl, Cincinnati plans to release Bengal tigers throughout city

Cincinnati, OH - It's been 34 years since the Cincinnati Bengals went to Super Bowl XXIII. To say that the city is excited to have their team back in the big game is an understatement.

On Monday, 30,000 fans braved the cold to attend a pep rally at Paul Brown Stadium. Now, the city is reportedly taking the celebration to the next level.

According to sources, the Queen City plans to release over 50 Bengal tigers throughout the city on Friday, one for each player on the team roster.

"What better way to support our team than to look out your window and see a 400-pound Bengal tiger roaming the street. I can think of no better reminder of the greatness of this city and our team," said an unnamed city official.

In addition to the tiger release, the city is planning a free concert on Sunday featuring the popular Cincinnati band Who Dey and the Blowfish.

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