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  • The camp is known for having a great aquatics program at summer camp.
  • The district offers a summer aquatics program that is open to all district residents.
  • Many small fish and other small aquatic animals live in the sand.
  • Other facilities include a public hall, and a modern aquatic centre.
  • Its salt content today is above the critical level for aquatic plants.
  • When living near water, they will eat other aquatic animals.
  • All species in the order are highly adapted for an aquatic existence at the water surface.
  • Water gardens, also known as aquatic gardens, are a type of man-made water feature.
  • The water quality is impaired due to non-native aquatic plants and non-native fish species.
  • Each year the river hosts a number of major aquatic events.
  • The water quality is impaired due to non-native aquatic plants and non-native fish.
  • The lake is used by Ohio University for aquatic sports such as crew.
  • The aquatics programme included the only women's events of the games.
  • Aquatic plants and fish eggs can often become locally important food items as well.
  • Aquatic prey is most commonly taken at or near the water surface.
  • All are found in deep aquatic environment far from shore.
  • The Aquatics Area was able to deal with the rise of lake levels.
  • Some aquatic plants are used by humans as a food source.
  • They are mostly marine animals, but are found in almost all aquatic environments.
  • The lake has an impressive variety of aquatic life and water birds.
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Synonyms of aquatic

Meaning of aquatic

  • noun A plant that lives in or on water
  • adjective Relating to or consisting of or being in water
    an aquatic environment
  • adjective Operating or living or growing in water
    boats are aquatic vehicles, water lilies are aquatic plants, fish are aquatic animals