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Land snail - Wikipedia


A land snail is any of the numerous species of snail that live on land, as opposed to sea snails ... Land snails move by gliding along on their muscular foot, which is lubricated with ... As the sna...

How do snails move? | Reference.com


To move, snails make a complex series of wave-like movements along their entire body, which propels them forward. Most of a snail's body actually consists of a ...

How do snails move? | Facts About Snails


The snail's foot is highly muscular and adapted for travelling over hard surfaces. It has a large flat foot which remains attached to the surfaces over which it is ...

Snails and Slugs (Gastropoda) - Amazing Facts on Molluscs


As snails move in a specified direction, other than, for example, their relatives ... And so does a whelk (Buccinum undatum) on the hunt for prey, only it is about its  ...

kiddyhouse.com : All about snails for kids and teachers


What and how does a snail eat ? How big can the snail grow ? How does the snail move ? Male or ... Do you know that pond snails can be eaten ? What does  ...

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Jan 5, 2015 ... A snail is most active at night and on cloudy days. It does not like the sunshine very much. During very cold weather or winter, it hibernates in ...

Does a snail walk on the ground? Or glide, creep, move ...


Jan 1, 2014 ... Hi, I know the term used in biology is "glide on surfaces", I want to speak about snails to a non-English speaking 7 years old kid and I don't want ...

Facts about Snails - Snail Facts and Information


Garden snails (helix apersa) a top speed of 50 yards per hour, this is about 1.3 cm. per second. While they don't move fast, they do move at a very steady pace.

Snail Facts and Information


Facts and Information about Snails, Habitat, Anatomy, Reproduction, Feeding and Predators ... While moving, snails leave behind a trail of slime, a lubricant they produce to allow them to easily ... Animals that do not have a vertebral column.

Do snails need their slime trails to move ahead? It's a sticky question ...


Apr 6, 2011 ... High-resolution videos of moving snails and slugs reveal the details of how snails get around on their own distinctive brand of slime.

Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca Class: Gastropoda
The Snail is a gastropod, a soft-bodied type of mollusk. The soft body is protected by a hard shell, which the snail retreats into when alarmed. They are found worldwide in the seas, in fresh water, and in moist areas on land.