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VIDEO: Georgia Aquarium rises up for the Atlanta Falcons

Critters are the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta are rising up to cheer on the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. (Source: Georgia Aquarium/YouTube) Critters are the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta are rising up to cheer on the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. (Source: Georgia Aquarium/YouTube)
(Source: Georgia Aquarium/YouTube) (Source: Georgia Aquarium/YouTube)

ATLANTA (WTVM) – Georgia residents aren't the only ones cheering on the Falcons this weekend.

From penguins and dolphins to divers and otters, everyone at the Georgia Aquarium is saying RISE UP for the Atlanta Falcons.

The Georgia Aquarium posted this video to their YouTube channel where sea creatures are venturing out of the water to wish the Falcons good luck in Super Bowl LI this weekend as they take on the New England Patriots.

This is the second trip to the big game for the Falcons. In 1999 they lost to the Denver Broncos, but the Georgia Aquarium is confident that Atlanta will pick up the W and win their first Super Bowl.

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