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Raw: Turtle predicts Brazil will beat Colombia

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July 3, 2014
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A 27-year-old turtle called "Cabecao" predicted that Brazil will be victorious over Columbia and progress to the World Cup semi finals in Praia de Forte on Thursday. (July 3) Video provided by AP


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Conservationists Rally to Aid of Rare Guatemalan Turtle

Conservationists Rally to Aid of Rare Guatemalan Turtle

Reuters (Apr. 9, 2012) — Conservations groups in Guatemala are rallying to the aid of the endangered Central American river turtle, the victim of poaching and habitat loss. Also known as the "white turtle", the reptile's meat and eggs are sought after by poachers, even in officially protected areas like the Maya Biosphere Reserve.
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Raw: Turtle Picks Brazil in World Cup Opener

Raw: Turtle Picks Brazil in World Cup Opener

AP (June 10, 2014) — "Big Head", a 25-year-old loggerhead turtle, has given host nation Brazil the nod to win Thursday's opening World Cup clash against Croatia. (June 10) Video provided by AP
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Rockin' Ronan Proves That Sea Lions Can Keep the Beat

Rockin' Ronan Proves That Sea Lions Can Keep the Beat

Reuters (Apr. 2, 2013) — A California sealion named Ronan may represent the only non-human species who can keep a beat without simultaneous vocal mimicry. A study of Ronan published by the American Psychological Association, provides the first empirical evidence that the sealion can bob its head to the groove of a disco beat, without being able to sing along.
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