Anchoring the aquatic offerings at this 75-year-old institution are enduring favorites such as piranhas, frogs and snakes of the Amazon; rays, turtles and moray eel of the Caribbean; frightening predator sharks and, the most storied of them all, a 100-plus-year-old Australian lungfish believed to be the longest-living fish in any aquarium in the world. A 2009 rehab of the Oceanarium gave Shedd a lifelike river and tide-pool, a reworked otter habitat, and an attempt to revamp its daily mammal presentations with choreography.
|Venue name:||Shedd Aquarium||Contact:|
1200 S Lake Shore Dr
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 9am–5pm; Sat, Sun 9am–6pm.|
|Price:||Admission priced per exhibit: $8–$34.95, kids ages 3–11 $6–$25.95. Discounts for Chicago residents|
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Anyone who was lucky enough to watch tadpoles grow into frogs in a grade school classroom knows that amphibians are among the most amazing creatures on the planet. These highly adaptive animals are the focus of the Shedd Aquarium's latest exhibit, which...Natural history & wildlife Until Friday January 27 2017Read more