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Thursday, 5 July 2018

Popular China psychic cat that foretold Argentinian win against Nigeria is died.

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A psychic cat in China that has correctly predicted the outcome of six World Cup games has met an untimely end.
The orange-furred tabby, named Baidian er, correctly predicted Argentinian win against Nigeria unfortunately, which turned out to be his last prediction.

For to make a prediction he was offered two bowls of food, with the flags of competing World Cup teams stuck in the ground behind them.




He became so famous that the Palace Museum even set up an account for him on China’s Weibo, a popular Chinese microblogging website.
The museum said the cat fell ill and finally announced its death on Monday, sparking almost 10,000 comments on Weibo.

Same thing happened during the last world cup. In Japan an octopus named rabio caught in the northern region of Hokkaido correctly predicted the outcome of three of Japan world Cup matches. Unfortunately, Rabio was reportedly sold and turned into sashimi. [ Japanese delicacy consisting of very fresh raw meat or fish]

Lolz I hope Nigerian's are not involved ooooo.


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Extremely hot weather killed 17 people in Quebec.

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Quebec a French-speaking town in eastern Canada has 17 people in over the last few days, during to extreme heat health officials said Wednesday.
Dr. Melissa Genereux, head of Montreal's Regional Public Health Department in the Eastern Townships, said victims where all adults mostly over the age of 50 and 80 all male, and living alone. None had air conditioning, he said. This seniors were suffering from chronic illness.
Twelve deaths were reported in Montreal and five were reported in Eastern Townships.

According to CNN Meteorologist Taylor Ward he said the Quebec had seen record high temperatures and high humidity since Sunday. Temperatures were in the mid-90s for Montreal Sunday and Monday, about 20 degrees higher than the normal temperatures.

Montreal health officials opened 19 cooling stations in public health and social services buildings across the city to help reduced the death toll. The health officials asked people to call public transport services to get a ride to one of the air-conditioned centers.
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