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Aquatic Animal’s Area Unit Typically of Special Concern to Conservationists As A Result Of the Fragility of Their Environments

Journal of Veterinary Science & Medical Diagnosis .ISSN: 2325-9590

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Aquatic Animal’s Area Unit Typically of Special Concern to Conservationists As A Result Of the Fragility of Their Environments

Aquatic animals pertain to animals that live preponderantly in several water forms, like seas, oceans, rivers, lakes, ponds, etc. The term "aquatic mammal" is additionally applied to quadruped mammals, though these area unit technically amphibious or semiaquatic. There are a unit up to at least one million varieties of aquatic animals and aquatic species. An aquatic associate in an animal that lives in water for many or all of its life. Aquatic animals could breathe air or extract atomic number 8 from that dissolved in water through specialized organs referred to as gills, or directly through the skin. Aquatic suggests that about water; living in or close to water or happening in water; doesn't embrace groundwater, as "aquatic" implies associate in nursing surroundings wherever plants and animals live. Aquatic(s) may refer to: Aquatic animal, either vertebrate or invertebrate, that lives in water for many or all of its life

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