Brazilian Noemia watches elephant Nelly play the ball into the German goal at the wild life Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen, central Germany on June 4, 2014.
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By Joan E. Greve
June 5, 2014

Paul, the octopus who accurately predicted the winner of the 2010 World Cup, has some clairvoyant competition from another, much larger member of the animal kingdom.

A female elephant at a wildlife park in Germany is predicting the results for the 2014 World Cup. A video published by the Associated Press shows her kicking a soccer ball into one of two goals, each marked with the name of a competing country.

Her home country can’t be too pleased, though. According to the pachyderm, Germany’s national team will suffer defeat at the hands of Team USA, despite America’s 100-1 odds of winning it all.

Get your bets in now.

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