aquatic animal

(from the article `Antarctica`) The prolific zooplankton of Antarctic waters feed on the copious phytoplankton and, in turn, form the basic diet of whales, seals, fish, squid, and ... The Arctic Circle, a parallel of latitude, has little value in understanding the distribution and limits of the marine Arctic flora and fauna. Its ... ...
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aquatic animal

aquatic animal, aquatic animals An animal having a water habitat. Aquatic animals require a watery habitat, but do not necessarily have to live entirely in water. Animal environments are classified as either aquatic (water), terrestrial (land), or amphibious (water and land).
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Aquatic animal

An aquatic animal is an animal, either vertebrate or invertebrate, which lives in water for most or all of its life. Some examples of invertebrates are cnidarians. This phylum consists of jellyfish, anemones, corals, and hydras. Another type of invertebrate aquatic animal is the annelids which are segmented worms. There are three different classes...
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