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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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Even in so extreme a case as this, if the supply of insects were constant, and if better adapted competitors did not already exist in the country, I can see no difficulty in a race of bears being rendered, by natural selection, more and more aquatic in their structure and habits, with larger and larger mouths, till a creature was produced as monstrous as a whale.
On the other hand, grebes and coots are eminently aquatic, although their toes are only bordered by membrane.
Among them were the teeth of a gnawer, equalling in size and closely resembling those of the Capybara, whose habits have been described; and therefore, probably, an aquatic animal.
None were keener in pursuit of this kind of game than M'Dougal and David Stuart; the latter was reminded of aquatic sports on the coast of Labrador, and his hunting exploits in the Northwest.
The AOAP is a national organization that promotes aquatic safety, education, research, design and professional development in the field of aquatics.
Mombasa Aquatics SC finished second overall after collecting 577 points, Nyali Primary came in third with 274 points, Blue Ocean fourth (153), Coast Swim Club fifth (39) and Light Academy last with only three points.In men's category, Bandari topped with 825 points, Mombasa Aquatics second (231) and Nyali Primary third (187).
"Immerse yourself" in the exciting underwater world of aquatics at Aquatic Experience 2018 (http://aquaticexperience.org/), taking place October 19-21, in Secaucus, New Jersey.
SePRO's key business segments include the US Aquatics Industry, Greenhouse/Nursery Markets, Professional Turf/Landscape Management and the Pharmaceutical industry, operating as ParaPRO, LLC.
Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF) has officially launched the 'Freestyle Aquatics at Aspire', a pioneering Corporate Social Responsibility programme that benefits people with disabilities (PWDs).
THE new Sandwell Aquatics Centre will host swimming, para swimming and diving.
A national convenience survey found that about two thirds of adults, who regularly participate in aquatics or whose children do, don't know that they can ask for inspection scores for individual public aquatic venues (Hlavsa, McClain, Collier, & Prue, 2014).