A place, especially an indoor enclosure, for keeping and raising living animals and plants under natural conditions for observation or research.(noun)
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Use "vivarium" in a sentence
"Under Hartley T A Kemp's vivarium-like lighting no nuance of the five actors 'brilliantly hyper-real performances is lost."
"A glass vivarium atop a low wooden cabinet appeared to be the original source of the infestation."
"She and Hodges cleared off the top of a sturdy workbench, then each gripped one end of the vivarium with both hands."