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Elephant predicts Germany will beat Argentina in World Cup final

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World Cup predictions are pouring in from around the world but none are getting as much attention as this one!

A female elephant named Nelly is officially weighing in on her 2014 pick predicting on Thursday that Germany will beat Argentina in this Sunday's World Cup final.

Two goals are set up at the Serengeti Park in Hodenhagen, Germany - one with the Argentina flag and one with the Germany flag.

After two unsuccessful attempts Nelly kicked the football right into the Argentina goal signifying a goal for Germany.

Nelly has a good track record too, correctly predicting winners during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa and earlier this week, predicting Germany would beat Brazil in the semi-final match.

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