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  • Life may be called an aquatic phenomenon, because there can be no life without water. Cited from The Breath of Life, by John Burroughs
  • It is largely an aquatic species and rarely is found far away from water.
  • However, what is clear is that they are adapted even further to an aquatic life-style.
  • However, it is clear that they are adapted even further to an aquatic life-style.
  • All species in the order are highly adapted for an aquatic existence at the water surface.
  • Eleocharis is also an aquatic plant raised for food since ancient times in China.
  • It features play ground equipment and an aquatic center.
  • Being in an aquatic environment gives the first advantage to reducing work.
  • Their video shows a brownish object moving side to side like an aquatic snake.
  • The land exchanged would be used as the site of an aquatics centre.
  • The school has also contemplated building an aquatic facility several times.
  • Coming from an athletic pedigree, he grew up most of his life in an aquatic field.
  • The District also maintains an administrative office, an aquatic center, and a fine arts center.
  • He looked the very model of an aquatic hero. Cited from Punch, Vol. 102, April 9th, 1892, Ed. by Francis Burnand
  • During the summer, the park operates as an aquatic theme park.
  • Fish too have a well-developed sense of smell, even though they inhabit an aquatic environment.
  • However, they cause harm to native species which have an aquatic larval stage.
  • All of these species make up an aquatic food chain that indirectly feeds the land as well.
  • This is an aquatic insect; most of its life cycle takes place in the water.
  • Fish generally have a weak sense of smell, which is generally less important than taste in an aquatic environment.
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