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aquatic

a marine or freshwater animal or plant

aquatic

[ə′kwäd·ik]
(biology)
Living or growing in, on, or near water; having a water habitat.
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The fossils suggest that Ichthyostega juveniles were adapted aquatically, and that the terrestrial habit was acquired relatively late in development.
The fossils suggest that Ichthyostega juveniles were aquatically adapted, and that the terrestrial habit was acquired relatively late in development.
These include the differences in flora and fauna in habitats isolated from each other, and the numerous cases of mismatch between structure and function, such as cases of geese with webbed feet living in non-aquatic uplands while grebes with toes joined only by membranes live aquatically.
The resort has the traditional pool bar, and a seafood restaurant, but due to my friend's aversion to all things aquatically edible, we opted for the hotel's main eatery, The Palm.
Yet 'place' here is aquatically conceived, as a number of salient spaces which are constituted around key water sites in the local environment and which express attachment to and identification with water as an intrinsic part of Lolotoe Bunaq identity.