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  • Its waters support a variety of aquatic life, some of it quite dangerous.
  • During the summer he is almost daily in the water with his company of aquatic experts. Cited from The Story of Paul Boyton, by Paul Boyton
  • 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
  • But also show off some of the skills they have learned throughout the week though a wide variety of aquatic based events.
  • The institution also offered two two-year Master programs within the fields of aquatic medicine and food safety.
  • The absence of aquatic life in the lake has made it an ideal location for water sports.
  • 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.
  • Her study was the first to provide a general description and interpretation of aquatic plants.
  • The 1st November, we began to see great numbers of aquatic birds. Cited from Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America, by Gabriel Franchere
  • Besides, the site offers a rich variety of aquatic resources, etc.
  • Agricultural production is marked by its amount of aquatic products.
  • Problems include poor water quality and low levels of aquatic ecology.
  • Temperature can also greatly affect the ability of aquatic organisms to move through water.
  • They are almost entirely herbivorous, although they may eat small amounts of aquatic animals.
  • The male lungfish may occasionally take a piece of aquatic plant into its mouth and wave it around.
  • The decline of their population is mainly due to human manipulation of aquatic systems.
  • They lay their eggs on leaves of aquatic plants.
  • You know perfectly well that I was by no means anxious for the position of aquatic reporter. Cited from Punch, Vol. 101, July 11, 1891, ed. by Sir Francis Burnand
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