Miami, Dec 17: A dolphin at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium (Florida), who predicted in 2018 that France would win the soccer World Cup, has once again picked that European country’s team as the winners of the Qatar Championship final four years later. Argentina will play with him this Sunday.
Media on Florida’s west coast, where Clearwater is located, echoed the prediction of Nicholls this Saturday, which has hit a winner in 16 of 26 sporting events since 2017 (61.5% positive results) the aquarium has queried. “Pronounce”.
The Clearwater Marine Aquarium reported that in this case, keepers presented Nicolas with pictures of the French and Argentine flags that were placed behind the glass in the pool where he lives.
Nicolas was the first to touch the French flag with his “nose”.
The Aquarium said it recently correctly picked the Houston Astros to defeat the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2022 World Series.
In 2018 he correctly predicted that France would beat Croatia in that year’s World Cup final.
Aquarium added, Nicholls’ longest hitting streak was from the 2020 Super Bowl to the 2021 College Football National Championship.
Nicolas is a bottlenose, or bottlenose dolphin, who arrived at the Clearwater Aquarium in 2002, when he was about six months old, with his mother, who had lung disease.
They were both found in the Gulf of Mexico in very bad shape with severe sunburns and taken to an aquarium to recover, but the mother, whom they named Noelle, soon died.
According to a statement from the institution, “Because he lacked the necessary survival skills that he may have learned from his mother, Nicholas was not a suitable candidate for release, so the Clearwater Marine Aquarium became his forever home.”