Aquarium critters have football fever

Published January 15, 2010

This week the Aquarium has gone purple in support of the Ravens'  journey through the playoffs. It looks like some of our critters have even caught football fever!

Tinka, a bearded dragon, has the ball...

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Arthur, a two-toed sloth, was caught hanging with purple pride...

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A patient from our Marine Animal Rescue Program is even sporting purple...

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Margaret, a hyacinth macaw, is still waving her Ravens flag...

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And Brutus is tackling Peyton to show the Ravens how its down!

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