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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – A loggerhead turtle at the Marine Sanctuary Praia do Forte, has become the first to give a forecast the winner of the inaugural game between Brazil and Croatia.

    The turtle follows Paul the octopus who four years ago in South Africa in advance predicted that Spain would be the world champion.

    The amphibian chose Brazil as the first winner (after eating the food placed under their flag).

     

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