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Spring Shedd-ule of events

Spring Break CampGet ready to say goodbye to winter and dive head-first into a visit to Shedd Aquarium this spring! Visit the brand new exhibit, Amphibians, this May, interact with stingrays and touch their silky-smooth backs at Stingray Touch and see if you can spot Shedd’s newest rescue dog, Kobe, going for a walk and working with his trainers! Continue Reading>

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Meet Kobe, Shedd Aquarium’s newest rescue dog

KobeShedd Aquarium welcomes Kobe, a 3-year-old male Dogo Argentino mix adopted through local pet rescue partner, Lucky Dog Rescue. The energetic pup joins two other rescue dogs comprising Shedd’s current canine family:  Dory, a female Shepherd mix; and Marlin, a male Labrador mix. Continue Reading>

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Feel the love at Shedd Aquarium

Feel the LoveShedd Aquarium is celebrating love at the world’s aquarium this Valentine’s Day by offering free general admission and love-struck date ideas Feb. 13-17. Sweethearts visiting the aquarium are invited to Feel the Love and take advantage of all Shedd has to offer. Continue Reading> 

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“Amphibians” leaps into Shedd this May as new special exhibit

Amazon Milk FrogBeginning this May, Shedd Aquarium will unveil a new special exhibit showcasing the amazing world of amphibians—featuring 40 species of salamanders, frogs and rarely-seen caecilians—highlighting their amazing diversity, unique adaptations and the serious challenges they face. Continue Reading>

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Shedd Aquarium anticipating birth of Pacific white-sided dolphin calf this summer

DolphinShedd Aquarium, a leader in animal care and welfare, announced today that one of its Pacific white-sided dolphins (Lagenorhynchus obliquidens) is expecting a calf this summer. Continue Reading> 

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New report recommends eating Great Lakes fish

whitefishFurthering its commitment to protecting and preserving the Great Lakes, Shedd Aquarium commissioned a report to assess the sustainability of Great Lakes fisheries. Leveraging tools from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program, research partners at the University of Michigan studied five fish species in the Great Lakes waterways, finding that most support culinary conservation. Continue Reading>

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Shedd Aquarium, Renowned Microbiologists Team Up to Pioneer First Aquarium Microbiome Project

MicrobesChicago’s John G. Shedd Aquarium, a recognized leader in advanced aquatic animal care and conservation science research, in partnership with renowned research organizations including Argonne National Laboratory, University of Illinois, Illinois Institute of Technology and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the launch of the Aquarium Microbiome Project. Continue Reading>

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