Where do sea snails live?

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Most of the sea snails live in the seas, especially close to coral reefs. However, the name sea snail is a common name for the group of snails that normally subsist in saltwater. There are also fresh water snails.
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1 Additional Answer
Sea Snails live in ocean waters of varying depths. Some live above the ground, and some are partially buried in the ocean floor. Most sea snails can be found in the water around the coast of Tasmania, Australia. You can find more information here: http://www.woodbridge.tased.edu.au/mdc/Species%20Register/sea_snails.htm
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