What happens when you leave a camera taking pictures every ten seconds at the world famous Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, IL? Things seem to come to life, and things other than the animals. Built in 1929, the Shedd Aquarium is known as “The World’s Aquarium” and his home to over 1,500 species. Included in this time lapse, which was shot with a GoPro Black, and a 5D, and comprises of over 5,000 still frames are the skyline views from the terrace, the oceanarium, Great Lakes exhibit, the front facade, Jazzin’ At the Shedd, The Fish Fountain, The Butterfly Garden, and the Polar Playzone.