Is a Snail a Reptile?

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A snail is not a reptile. The snail is classed in the Gastropoda which is in the Phylum Mollusca while reptiles are under the Phylum Chordata.
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They are not. They are mollusk.
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A land snail is a gastropod. Check out the link below for an explanation of what it is and why it is a gastropod. Source(s) http://lhsfoss.org/fossweb/teachers/mate….
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Snail is a common name for almost all members of the molluscan class Gastropoda that have coiled shells in the adult stage. When the word is used in a general sense, it includes sea
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Blue tongue Lizards eat snails with their shells. Although, a large population of blue-tongue lizards have died due too the consumption of snails, as the shell gets caught in the
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Snails are molluscs.
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