I can still remember my first trip to the aquarium when I was eight years old, where I marveled at all the fish in the enormous tanks. Aquatic animals are extremely cool and diverse, making the aquarium seem like an almost surreal place.
The Shedd Aquarium, due to concerns about social distancing, decided to shut its doors to the public on March 13, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t allowing some new visitors to have a look around.
The Shedd Aquarium Is Located In Chicago
The Shedd Aquarium is an enormous indoor aquarium that holds up to 5 million gallons of water and is home to more than 32,000 animals. The aquarium hosts a wide range of aquatic life, with specific exhibits on ecosystems ranging from freshwater fish to Caribbean reefs to Antarctic sea life.