- n. Plural form of aquarium.
“He does it with the first two sentences: A few years ago my interest in aquariums led me to decorate by beauty salon with colored fish.”
“(Marcus, who made billions with his giant orange do-it-yourself temples, hit upon the idea because he often spent downtime in aquariums during business trips.)”
“They’ve also learned that it’s NOT okay to harvest little critters from the river and put them in aquariums (where they’ll probably die) because doing so not only harms those critters, but also the environment.”
“The aquariums are another place for discovery, and Tampa is a home for large cats and a famous science center.”
“Coaster is great, the theme-ing EXCELLENT and the aquariums are a nice touch.”
“Boy and I love aquariums, which is odd because we both hate museums.”
“The fish, all 12 inches of it, was identified as a Plecostomus, a sucker-mouthed scavenger that feeds primarily on algae and is therefore common in aquariums.”
“So I think by the images that the deep sea brings back, and by the specimens that are shown in the aquariums, that is how we understand what is there and what needs to be preserved.”
“Grey sharks usually live to the age of 25 or 30 in aquariums, which is more than in the wild," he said.”
“Their aquariums are a positive R’lyeh of one-upmanship, as are their aquatic conversations.”
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