aquatic life

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  • If the water levels fall too low, then this aquatic life may suffer.
  • Its waters support a variety of aquatic life, some of it quite dangerous.
  • 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.
  • These properties therefore allow aquatic life in the lake to survive during the winter.
  • She meets her mother, telling her about her new aquatic life.
  • This semi-aquatic life of the people is one of the most interesting features of the country. Cited from The Naturalist on the River Amazons by Henry Bates
  • Large numbers of Chinese live a kind of aquatic life, and make their home on board a river-boat. Cited from The Story of Ida Pfeiffer, by Anonymous
  • The absence of aquatic life in the lake has made it an ideal location for water sports.
  • This may reduce the oxygen level enough to kill fish and other aquatic life.
  • It damages the aquatic life, may lead to a lower water standard and health problems.
  • The lake has also served as an important source of aquatic life especially in terms of vegetables and fish.
  • However, it offers a great diversity of aquatic life around its islands.
  • The lake has an impressive variety of aquatic life and water birds.
  • Wet meadows therefore do not usually support aquatic life such as fish.
  • The building houses aquatic life from both fresh and salt water environments.
  • It is a rocky island, and its waters are rich in aquatic life.
  • Its mouth is very small but suitable for aquatic life.
  • It has also been studied to investigate the effects of these waste materials on the aquatic life.
  • Turbine and power-plant designs that have a lower impact upon aquatic life are an active area of research.
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