Everyone has unforgettable memories moments in life that have impacted people in ways that change their view of the way they see the world. For me these memories are times my grandmother would take me to the many attractions, in Chicago. One of my favorite attractions Is The Shed Aquarium, mainly because i do not travel far to see most of the world's sea creatures. I decided this past weekend to take a trip back in time and revisit the She Aquarium, I wanted to learn about their history and how they impacted sea life.
As I approached the steel dome I felt a little anxious. I was curious to see how much had changed and yet a little bitter because I was to experience this alone. I purchased the Fantasea package which provided General Admission and a short token of endangered species. I approached a massive tank in the center of the room; it read “13 endangered species are kept safely here.” As I began to walk through the hall-ways of the Aquarium, I took a moment and embraced the ambiance. It had never dawned on me that there are species that are at the risk of no longer existing. As I began to walk through the hall-ways of the Aquarium, I took a moment and embraced the ambiance. I continued throughout the piece I was welcomed by over 13,000 different species of fish including Beluga whales, silver dolphins, and even the world’s largest snapping turtle.
I Dedicatied my entire morning this experience. I came out on top.I walked away more aware of sea creatures and with a sensitive perspective on what Shed Aquarium stands for. Evidence of their integrity, “At Shedd Aquarium, animals connect you to the living world, inspiring you to make a difference.”Is seen in feeding the fishes, training the whales, answering a visitor’s question, sweeping the ground they do it with a sense of respect and love for the animals