aquatically

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  • It is one of the most aquatically adapted rodents of the world.
  • Fins and flippers are aquatically adapted appendages and typically aren't very useful in such an environment.
  • The Tarpon was an "aquatically-named" design study for a small rear-wheel drive two-door monocoque pillarless hardtop.
  • It is common for bears to be versatile aquatically.
  • The arrangements, however, for purchasing the right to a road-bed on the arsenal grounds, though under way, are not yet complete, and the road marches on aquatically, as aforesaid. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. XII. No. 31. October, 1873, by Various
  • Aquatically, the lake's algae-laden water hosts minnows, sticklebacks and carp.
  • Oryzomys contains medium-sized, semi-aquatically specialized oryzomyine rodents.
  • Frogs, if they were to move in this way, would not be intact at the end of their journey, and fish, respiring aquatically, would likely asphyxiate long before their landing, which would be just as bad as it is for frogs.
  • It was revealed that through a series of meticulous and intricate events he and his friend were suddenly equipped with aquatically themed superpowers in their youth, and chose to dedicate their lives to brawling undersea crime as a result.
  • Hyphalosaurus was among the most aquatically adapted choristoderans, with smoother, flatter scales than its relatives, a tall and flattened tail for swimming, a long neck and webbed feet.
  • As Jack and Connie grow closer, the troubles of his friends' marriage become more apparent, and Jack grows in confidence and skill not just aquatically and in culinary arts, but in relating to Connie as well.
  • Elapidae is a family of venomous snakes found in tropical and subtropical regions around the world, terrestrially in Asia, Australia, Africa, North America and South America and aquatically in the Pacific and Indian Oceans.
  • Aquatically, there are 900 sea fish, 178 species of coral, 7 species of sea snakes, 4 species of sea turtles, and 21 species of seaweed found throughout the archipelago.
  • There the shadows were deep, and chance lights alone fell on the red dresses of the women at the ghats, and on the shaven, shiny heads of hundreds of amphibious boys who were swimming and aquatically romping in the canal, which is at once the sewer and the water supply of the district. Cited from Among the Tibetans, Isabella L. Bird