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  • How I Care for Granddad

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    Millions of Shedd Aquarium visitors have been able to appreciate Granddad over the last 82 years, and it’s a privilege to care for an animal that has been a part of so many guests’ Shedd experience. By providing him with the consistent, high-level care that all Shedd animals receive, I hope to work with Granddad for many years to come.

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  • Piquet’s Calf Arrives This Morning

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    Attending trainers and animal health staffers cheered or cried tears of joy as Pacific white-sided dolphin Piquet gave birth to an energetic calf early this morning in the Secluded Bay habitat of the Abbott Oceanarium. Mom and calf appear to be doing well.

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  • Amphibians Are Coming! Amphibians Are Coming!

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    Get ready for a toadally ribbitting experience when Amphibians, Shedd’s new special exhibit, hops into the aquarium this spring. 

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  • Shedd Valentine Date Means a Moray and More

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    As if a date at Shedd Aquarium on Valentine’s Day (or weekend, this year) isn’t romantic enough, you can find animals throughout the building that, in name or behavior, are as felicitous as a lace-trimmed heart-shaped card. 

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  • Farewell to Tique, Shedd’s “spitfire” dolphin

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    The Shedd Aquarium family is deeply grieved by the loss of Tique (TEE-kay), one of the original Pacific white-sided dolphins here when the Oceanarium opened in 1991.

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