Super FISH Bowl: Our Fantasy Team Line-Up

Published February 01, 2013

As the competition between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers heats up in anticipation of Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVII, the National Aquarium, Baltimore and the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco are enlisting the help of their aquatic animals to take their own friendly rivalry off the green and into the blue in the Super FISH Bowl! You can't have a #SuperFISHBowl without a strong team! As part of our fun wager, each organization is building their ultimate fantasy animal line-up! Here's who we've got out on the field: Kicker - Blue Crab Cornerback - Golden Lion Tamarins Defensive Line - Sand Tiger Sharks Fullback - Dolphins Linebacker - Porcupine Fish Quarterback - Blue Hyacinth Macaw (Margaret) Center - Snapping Turtle Wide Receiver - Tarpon Tight End - Roughtail Ray Coach - Octopus (Poulpe) Referees - Banggai Cardinalfish Cheerleader - Green Sea Turtle (Calypso) Tell us your favorite player & they could be our fan-voted MVP!
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