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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.
What seems plainer than that the long toes of grallatores are formed for walking over swamps and floating plants, yet the water-hen is nearly as aquatic as the coot; and the landrail nearly as terrestrial as the quail or partridge.
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.
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).
The MAHC is national guidance that can help state and local jurisdictions and the aquatics sector make swimming and other recreational water activities healthier and safer.
This milestone follows on from Aquatics achievement of 1000 days without an LTI in December 2014.
Three-time Olympian Katinka Hosszu of Hungary (centre) will be among the speakers at the FINA Aquatics Conference in Doha.
The Aquatic Capital of America Foundation works to provide scholarships and underwrite local programs that promote water safety and clean water projects, to staff and support local aquatics events and initiatives, and to advocate for the refurbishment of local facilities and access to water-related activities.
The other four participants did not know how to swim and were worried about not being able to complete the aquatics courses successfully.
will serve as construction manager for the new Community Aquatics Center expansion project at the Prospect Park Branch of the YMCA of Greater New York, located at 330 8th Street in Brooklyn.
Hwang, who entered the final day of competition an area-best five individual victories, contributed to five more first-place finishes in relay events Sunday afternoon for the Santa Clarita Valley-based Canyons Aquatics swim team at Santa Clarita Aquatic Center.