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New water features aren’t always designed as aquatic habitats, but they can still play an important role in protecting other existing ecosystems.
No one aquatic habitat is quite identical to another, whether you’re comparing them in the wild or in a zoo environment.
The easiest ponds and basins to line feature low sloping banks, flat bottoms, and relatively shallow designs.
Restoring existing aquatic habitats and bodies of water is preferred over trying to build new ones from scratch.
The majority of aquatic habitat projects undertaken in the real world are restorations designed to help improve and stabilize existing aquatic habitats.
Zoo and aquarium aquatic habitats are some of the most challenging to design.