The term aquatic refers to water in a biological context, as in aquatic creatures, aquatic plants, the aquatic environment, aquatic habitat, and aquatic movement.
Creatures that dwell mostly in water, such as the seas, oceans, rivers, lakes, and ponds, are known as aquatic animals.
Fish, jellyfish, sharks, whales, octopus, barnacles, sea otters, crocodiles, crabs, dolphins, eels, rays, mussels, and other aquatic creatures are examples.
Aquatic plants, on the other hand, include water hyacinth, water lettuce, water fern, duckweed, water lilies, and watergrass, among others.
Aquatic habitats are environments where aquatic animals and plants exist.
Freshwater, marine, and brackish water are all examples of aquatic environments.
Organisms have morphological and anatomical adaptations that allow them to flourish in watery environments.
Aquatic creatures with fins or tentacles, as well as other locomotory organelles, can move freely in an aquatic medium.
Aquatic locomotion includes activities such as diving and swimming.
Aquatique is a Middle French word that means “to live in water,” and aquaticus is a Latin word that means “to be near water” (water)