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Can apple snail eggs develop in the water?


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Answered 2007-07-21 16:07:34

Apple snail can develop in the water.If it does not do that,the snail is not going to be develop.
Apple snail can develop in the water.If it does not do that,the snail is not going to be develop.

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If they find them they will eat them but being transparent, snail eggs are very hard to see.


well snail eggs are pretty tiny. you can hardly see them, they are round and white.


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