US News 'Psychic' Octopus That Correctly Predicted Japan's World Cup Results Is Killed and Sold for Food

17:06  02 july  2018
17:06  02 july  2018 Source:   time.com

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Rabiot, the Japanese octopus that successfully predicted the country’ s win against Colombia, tie with Senegal, and loss to Poland has been killed and sold at the market.

Paul the Octopus (26 January 2008 – 26 October 2010) was a common octopus which was purportedly used to predict the results of association football matches.

a close up of an animal: A © jikgoe—Getty Images/iStockphoto A "psychic" octopus called Rabiot (not pictured) correctly predicted the outcomes of Japan's three group stage games in the 2018 soccer World Cup. But that didn't stop him being killed and sent to market before Japan play Belgium on Monday.

A “psychic” octopus that correctly predicted the results of all three of Japan’s soccer World Cup group stage games has been killed and sent to market, just as the knockout stages of the tournament get underway, according to Japanese media.

Rabiot, a giant Pacific octopus caught in Obira, Hokkaido, correctly “predicted” that Japan would win against Colombia, draw with Senegal and a loss to Poland – and it became a national sensation in the process.

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Rabiot, the Japanese octopus that successfully predicted the country’ s win against Colombia, tie with Senegal, and loss to Poland has been killed and sold at the market.

Its method involved being placed into a pool with three baskets of food representing Japan winning, Japan’s opponent winning and a draw. Whichever it swam toward first became its prediction.

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Local media reported that Kimio Abe, the fisherman who had caught Rabiot, had decided that his business was more important than keeping the “psychic” octopus alive for the knockout stages.

“I hope that the second Rabiot will also give all the outcomes correctly and that Japan will go all the way,” he said, according to Sora News 24.

Japan will face title-contenders Belgium on Monday – and although this World Cup has been one of surprises, perhaps getting slaughtered was Rabiot’s way of predicting the outcome of the match.

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But it’ll have to beat Argentina without Paul, the cephalopod that correctly predicted the results of all eight (!) But, his psychic performance in the British Empire was about as underwhelming as England' s in the World Cup .

Paul correctly predicted all of Germany' s matches at the 2010 World Cup . Italy IT. Japan JP. Malaysia MY. Netherlands NL. More: World Cup Brazil Octopus Predictions .

It’s not the first time an unlikely animal has made headlines by predicting the outcome of World Cup games.

In 2010, Paul the octopus became an international star after correctly predicting the results of all Germany’s games in the 2010 World Cup, as well as the final – in which it backed Spain to win. Similar to Rabiot, its method involved eating food daubed with the colors of opposing teams.

This year, a Russian cat named Achilles is being touted as the latest psychic animal, after correctly predicting that the hosts would beat Saudi Arabia and Egypt – though he incorrectly backed Nigeria in their spat with Argentina, which beat them 2-1.

Funtik the pig predicts the result of the Euro 2012 soccer match between England and Italy, by choosing the food plate with Italy's flag, at the fan zone in Kyiv June 24, 2012. REUTERS/Anatolii Stepanov Funtik the pig predicts the result of the Euro 2012 soccer match between England and Italy, by choosing the food plate with Italy's flag, at the fan zone in Kyiv June 24, 2012. REUTERS/Anatolii Stepanov

And unfortunately for Harry, an “oracle otter” in Sochi, Spain crashed out of the tournament on Sunday, contradicting Harry’s prediction that Spain would beat Russia to proceed to the semi-finals.

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