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    Everyone remembers Paul the Octopus, who predicted the results of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Since then, many animals have tried hard to achieve his ability to foretell, or, at least, to make people smile.

    Daisy the Seal from the German city of Rostock has a solid case for becoming a new oracle — she correctly predicted the winner of the 2014 World Cup final, choosing the ball of the right team — and she sure is adorable.

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