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Animals predict World Cup outcomes across the globe

  • Aired: 06/15/2014
  • 01:49
  • Rating: NR
Animals and World Cup predictions have a storied history. In 2010, an octopus in a German aquarium named Paul became famous after correctly predicting 8 cup matches in a row, outperforming many soccer analysts.
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