What Do Freshwater Snails Eat?

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Freshwater snails eat anything from algae to the leaves and stems of aquatic plants and pondweed. They never hunt animals but are known to feed on the organic debris of dead animals like fish and amphibians.
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Snails are great tank cleaners. They like algae and waste and will keep your tank healthy and clean. Some types will also eat your plants, so be careful. If you want to give you snail a treat drop in a small piece of apple or carrot. In a few days your snail will be happily munching on the rotting treat. You can find more information here: http://www.whatdosnailseat.info/
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