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World Cup matches will be predicted by a panda
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Since Jimmy Fallon's puppies are grown and Paul the Octopus is dead, what adorable and/or exotic animal will help to predict the results of the 2014 World Cup? We may now have our newest animal soothsayer.

A giant panda conservation center in China's Sichuan province has reportedly "invited" a panda cub to predict the results of the 2014 World Cup. If all goes as planned, the panda will guess the winning soccer team by either picking food with the country's team on it or by climbing one of two trees, both of which bear flags for opposing teams.

Since China isn't participating in the upcoming games, there is "less of a chance" of any sort panda bias. And, after all, soccer knows fairness.

- - Jordan Valinsky
 
 
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