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alga any of various primitive, chiefly aquatic plants that have no roots, stems, or leaves, including the seaweeds and diatoms.
alligator flag any of a family of large, broad-leafed, tropical, aquatic plants that usually grow up to six feet tall and have heavy blooms of delicate blue and purple flowers.
amphibian any cold-blooded vertebrate, such as a frog or salamander, that has aquatic gill-breathing larvae and terrestrial lung-breathing adults. [2/4 definitions]
aquaculture the cultivation of water plants, fish, shellfish, and other aquatic animals in controlled freshwater or saltwater environments.
aquarium an artificial pond or container filled with water in which aquatic forms of life are kept. [2 definitions]
aquatic an aquatic plant or animal. [1/4 definitions]
arrowhead an aquatic plant having arrowhead-shaped leaves and white blossoms. [1/3 definitions]
bladderwort any of a large group of mostly aquatic plants with small bladders on their finely divided leaves that trap their prey.
cetacean of or belonging to the group of aquatic mammals that includes whales, porpoises, and dolphins. [2 definitions]
coot any of several dark grayish, short-winged aquatic birds related to rails. [1/3 definitions]
desman either of two molelike aquatic mammals found in eastern Europe and western Asia that feed on insects and have webbed feet and a long snout.
gull1 any of a variety of web-toed aquatic birds characterized by long pointed wings, agile flight, and mostly gray and white plumage.
hornwort any of several aquatic plants that have whorled leaves and unisexual flowers.
leech any of various primarily aquatic bloodsucking or carnivorous worms, one species of which was formerly used medicinally to bleed patients. [1/4 definitions]
mare's-tail an aquatic plant with tiny flowers and thick whorls of narrow, hairlike leaves. [1/2 definitions]
mayfly any of various fragile, winged insects that have a long aquatic larval stage, but that live in the adult stage for only a few hours. [1/2 definitions]
mossback an old aquatic creature, such as a turtle, with a mosslike growth of algae on the back. [1/2 definitions]
mud puppy any of several large aquatic salamanders of eastern North America, that have conspicuous external gills.
musk turtle any of a family of small aquatic turtles having a heavy, musky scent.
naiad the aquatic larva of certain insects such as the dragonfly. [1/2 definitions]
narwhal an arctic aquatic mammal related to the dolphin, that has a spotted pelt and, on the male, a long spirally twisted ivory tusk projecting from the upper jaw.