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a plant that lives in or on water

operating or living or growing in water

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We do not feel that extreme midsummer environmental temperature was the cause of estivation because, during the estivation period, air temperature was not different than during late summer when turtles were aquatically active.
Although Acanthostega appears to be adapted aquatically throughout the recorded developmental span, its humerus exhibits subtle traits that make it more similar to the later, fully terrestrial tetrapods," Callier explains.
Although Acanthostega appears to be aquatically adapted throughout the recorded developmental span, its humerus exhibits subtle traits that make it more similar to the later, fully terrestrial tetrapods," Callier said.
To cover our bases aquatically across the country, we need to employ 15-year-olds.
It's that kind of self-effacing humor that helped Dick form the partnerships and personal relationships that elevated him to "godfather" status with a hardworking cadre of aquatic biologists who work in the Tennessee and Cumberland River basins, the most aquatically diverse region in the United States.
nor did they allow their aquatically inclined employees to sneak out early for a sunset surf session.
With smooth seas and closed Magrodome, the warm midships pool and Jacuzzi were extremely popular with the aquatically inclined.
The flies' preferred living habitat is near water where the female deposits fertilized eggs, with the larvae developing aquatically, feeding on algae and debris.