well there's a whole new ball game, species. You might want to learn more of 'it' John?
I think the snail lived to small and moved to a bigger home. Nice find.
Look at that house it is made so beautiful. I wouldn't dare to eat a snail!
we can get some pretty big snails here too, wonder what happened to the occupant?
um, no thanks. :)
The geek in me couldn't resist... A quick google search turned up Lymnea stagnalis (the giant pond snail). Great find!
uhhhhh noooooo way. but thanks for sharing.
That was one big snail. He would be safe with me, I could not eat one.
For years I've been picking up these shells on the beach. Then, in a field I found a whole bunch of them, clinging to a bush. I thought they lived in the ocean, but apparently not. I don't know how they make it to the beach.
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