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“All the animals notice the lack of the public,” said Eve Barrs, senior aquarist at Shedd.
Like many other aquariums and museums, the Belle Isle Conservancy is finding ways to engage with the public and keep its animals entertained.
Pipeline tunnel project to discharge pollutants into Lake Michigan. Enbridge and Michigan meet in court.
Though Ontario’s Aquatarium is currently closed to the public, that hasn’t stopped staff from finding ways to engage with the public about the animals.
Camping might become available by late June or July but there will be no ferry service.
National park rangers and local officials will monitor park beaches and lots for overcrowding and dangerous conditions.
The potential environmental impacts of the flood are wide ranging.
Scientists and activists fear some of the progress made to clean up dioxin pollution has washed away with the floodwaters that overwhelmed two dams this week.