Definition of semiaquatic
: growing equally well in or adjacent to water; also : frequenting but not living wholly in water
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Before hard eggs, creatures lived semiaquatic lifestyles, returning to water to procreate.
Semiaquatic adaptations in a giant predatory dinosaur.
Catania says these attacks seem to be most effective against terrestrial or semiaquatic predators.
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