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  • Getting to the Core of Coral Restoration

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    Saving coral isn’t just about coral. Corals provide food and shelter for thousands of fish and invertebrate species in the Caribbean alone. As a leader in conservation and research, Shedd Aquarium is determined to help restore these crucial populations.

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  • Shedd Rehabilitates Endangered Penguins in South Africa

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    Today, January 20, is Penguin Awareness Day, so we thought we'd share some news with you! Earlier in January, two members of Shedd's animal care team (including Lana, pictured here) ventured to Cape Town, South Africa, to rehabilitate endangered African penguins.

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  • Meet the Man from GLADs

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    Reid Bogert here, from Shedd Aquarium’s Great Lakes and Sustainability team. As some of you may know, we were busy as a school of bullhead catfish this summer with our Great Lakes Action Days (GLADs), and I’m GLAD to say it’s been a huge success.

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  • January Fish of the Month: Farmed Rainbow Trout

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    Your seafood choices can have a big impact on the health of our oceans and lakes—so make sure they’re positive ones! January’s Right Bite Fish of the Month is farmed rainbow trout, and we have a delicious recipe for smoked rainbow trout frittata.

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