What Animal Eats Snails?

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Some of the animals that eat slugs are sand lizards, natterjack toads, the common toad and hedgehogs. These animals can be used for biological control of snails and slugs in gardens. This is a good alternative to using slug pellets that poison animals in that particular food chain.
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Snails are eaten by a variety of predators including birds, reptiles and small, carnivorous mammals..
There are different animals that eat snails or slugs in the environment. Some of the animals include caterpillars, frogs and birds like eagles and hawks. Snails usually eat dandelions and grass in order to survive.
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The first animal that comes to mind that eats snails is a human. Yes, some people eat snails and call it a delicacy. Some other animals are birds, hedgehogs, and foxes.
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lots of animals eat snails. frogs, song thrushes, mistle thrushes, redwings, ground beetles, hedgehogs, common shrew, parasitic nematode, marsh flies, slow worms, centipede, common
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Some examples are Reptiles, insects, birds, hedgehogs, frogs.ChaCha!
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1. Grasp the snail shell with the tongs in your left hand, if right handed. Alternatively, pick them up with your hand covered in a napkin. 2. Hold the snail fork in the other hand,
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