Recent Examples of aquarium from the Web
In the shadow of the Claw, the aquarium is planning interactive features that can be climbed on or played with.
The first was the famed Quebec League (officially the Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey), which can be thought of as an aquarium stocked with fighting fish: young goons and old goons, bald goons and goons with mullets.
Protea’s plans include completely remaking the village from a grouping of small villas to a big money-maker that includes hotels, offices, an aquarium and a 480-foot observation tower.
The wine wall stuck (though an aquarium might have been a better idea, a helpful doorman suggested to this reporter on a recent visit).
They are commonly found in Boston Harbor from mid-winter to mid-spring swimming in the waters from South Boston to Hull and Winthrop to East Boston, according to the aquarium.
At the pardoning ceremony Tuesday (Feb. 20), Emile was escorted down a red carpet in a crawfish trap to the tunes of a zydeco band before being plopped into an aquarium.
In a blog post detailing efforts to rehabilitate the olive ridley seat turtle, aquarium personnel say Turkey ate inconsistently over the month and a half personnel worked with her.
At least a million households have saltwater aquariums, a 2014 survey by the American Pet Products Association found.
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Origin and Etymology of aquarium
First Known Use: circa 1847See Words from the same year
AQUARIUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aquarium for English Language Learners
: a glass or plastic container in which fish and other water animals and plants can live
: a building people can visit to see water animals and plants
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