Japan Ties Greece, Proves Unpatriotic Japanese Otter Wrong

PHOTO: An Otter named Chippu selects the Greece flag ball as he swims at the Himeji Central Park, June 19, 2014, in Himeji, Japan.

An unpatriotic otter in Japan named Chippu chose poorly in its prediction of tonight's 2014 FIFA World Cup winner in the Japan-Greece face-off.

Chippu, 6, picked a soccer ball that represented Greece earlier today at the Himeji Central Park in Himeji, Japan, indicating that Greece would win the FIFA 2014 World Cup match against Japan in Brazil.

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But after a hard-fought match and a red card given to Greece's captain Konstantinos Katsouranis in the first half, Japan tied Greece in a scoreless match.

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