Super Bowl 50: Mote’s resident manatee picks winner

Buffett, one of Mote’s resident manatees, was fast to choose his winning team, the Denver Broncos, in the ninth year of predicting the winner of the Super Bowl. Buffett has chosen the winner of the Super Bowl correctly eight out of nine times. Will he be right this year? Credit: Mote Marine Laboratory.

SARASOTA, FL (WFLA) – The biggest football weekend is just a few days away, but Buffett, the resident manatee at the Mote Marine Aquarium in Sarasota, already knows who will take the most coveted football trophy home.

The Denver Broncos will face the Carolina Panthers at the Levi’s Stadium this Sunday at 6:30 p.m.

In his traditional yearly pre-Super-Bowl pick, Buffett the manatee chose the Broncos to win. The manatee has done this for nine years and has been right eight times out of nine, according to Mote staffers.

Do you think he will be right this year?

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