'Psychic' animals make their Euro 2012 predictions

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A range of animals from across the world have been trying to predict the results of Euro 2012.

An elephant in Poland and a sea lion in Bangkok have both said hosts Poland will beat Greece in today's opening match.

A ferret, a pig and two dragon fish are among the other creatures attempting to guess the outcome of the football tournament.

The craze for 'psychic animals' follows on from the success of Paul the Octopus, who correctly predicted the outcome of all seven of Germany's matches during the 2010 World Cup.

Phil Jones reports.

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