Snails make their own shells.They make it with a muscle called the mantle.The mantle then releases liquid.When the liquid hardens it forms the shell.Later in the snails life the mantle releases more liquid and the shell becomes bigger.
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snails are born with tiny bits of shells as the snails grow the shell grows with it twirling round to form the shell. hope this helps :]
Snails grow their shells from the calcium in their bodies. It is secreted out of the mantle of the snail. There shells grow like our fingernails do.
no,as they grow their shells grow too
They grow them.
No, they GROW with them.
yes they can because they grow and there shells cAN BE TO SMALL
yes they do
No, snails cannot grow back their shells; the shell wall is attached to the organs and blood supply of the snail. If the shell were to be removed, the snails would die soon after.
No, their shells actually grow with them, which is pretty cool. A younger snail will have a very small shell while an older snails will have a bigger shell.
You don't. Snails grow to their shells through a thin layer of skin. If you pick them from their shells you may very well kill or injure them.
Snails secrete and grow their own shells, like fingernails. A special tissue called the mantle produces the shell.
No. Unlike animals like hermit crabs (who have to change their shells whenever they grow out of it), shells for snails grow WITH it.
when they born
Snails are Born with ShellsWhen the snail is born, the shell it has is called a protoconch.
Yes! Garden snails hatch from eggs with their shells fully developed.
They dont grow them, they find them. When they are born, they have to find a small enough shell for them that is comfortable to wear. As snails get older and grow bigger, they have to find a new, bigger shell because they outgrew their old one.
Snails grow a shell that stays with them their entire life. They don't find larger ones as they grow.
All snails have shells but not all Gastropods have shells. Snails are in the gastropod family.
they are still slugs No, because slugs don't have shells on the outside of their body, they do have shells on the inside of their body though. Snails have shells on the outside and they don't grow out of their shells.
Snails are Born with ShellsWhen the snail is born, the shell it has is called a protoconch
Yes, all snails are born with a shell.
No, a snails's shell grows with the snail. They grow their own shell/
No, a sea snail can't grow its shell back.
Yes, ALL snails have shells that grow with them. The mantle deposits Calcium carbonate in layers, the grain of a snails shell is the result of this action.
Snails live their whole lives in the same shell growing more whorls as they grow larger and older.