Punxsutawney Phil is widely regarded as one of the most accurate groundhogs used for Groundhog Day, and the Pennsylvania native's 2012 prediction for six more weeks of winter already has Americans hunkering down for the coming cold.
But Punxsutawney Phil isn't the only creature famous for predicting the weather, and groundhogs aren't the only ones whose guesses turn out to be true. Animals ranging from catfish and crocodiles to parrots and octopi have all had their moments in the sun as well, predicting the future and startling onlookers with their dead-on choices.
From the sheep who predicted the winners for the 2011 Rugby World Cup to the cat who knows which hospice patients are about to die, here are seven more animals besides Punxsutawney Phil to be baffled by on Groundhog Day 2010. Click through our slideshow to learn which team a camel in New Jersey has slated to win the Super Bowl and why one bird is trusted to suggest stock market investments.
Happy Groundhog Day 2012, and enjoy six more weeks of snow!