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How did you fare in the office sweepstake? Algeria? You poor devil.

For those of you yet to pin your colours to a second team, there's still time - and thanks to Liverpool-based agency Splinter Design, you've now got access to a colourful kit to help make the process as painless as possible.

Their 'Animal Allstars' set features a card for every nation competing in the World Cup, represented by their national animal. England feature's a British Bulldog (Cameroon rightfully got the lion), USA a bald eagle and... if we're honest, there a quite a few we couldn't immediately identify.

We've selected a few of our favourites below, but to see the whole set be sure to head over to the Splinter Design site - you might even learn a bit about national animals.

(Images: Splinter)

[Via: Design Taxi]

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