Creeping Land Snails

Creeping Land Snails
Bearport Publishing | 24 Pages | 2009-01 | ISBN : 1597167533 | File type: PDF | 1.71 mb
How does a land snail move from one place to the next? The snail oozes a thick, slippery slime that it uses to slide over rough objects. Even with their special slime, however, these invertebrates can’t move very fast. In fact, some land snails can only creep along at a speed of about two inches per minute!

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