What's a Group of Snails Called?

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A group of snails is known as an escargatoire, rout or walk. Snails are molluscs that have a single spiral shell into which their entire body can be withdrawn. They can be found on land as well as in water.
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A "rout" of snails. See related links below for more collective nouns.
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The proper term for a group of snails is a rout of snails.
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It is a rout of snails. There pretty slimy next to a knot of toads!
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There are several names for a group of snails Escargatoire (which means A nursery of snails) also a rout of snails and a walk of snails.
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A group of snails is referred to as a Rout. A nursery of snails is known as Escargatoire. Snails are mollusc organisms that have a single spiral shell into which the whole body can be withdrawn. Snail like creatures that lack a shell are known as slugs.
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