Can snails see in the dark?
Snails do not posses complex eyes in the sense that we do. Snails have light detecting cells located on the ends of stalks on their head. These eye stalks detect changes in light, informing them of a possible attack from a bird by its casted shadow.
Snails have very primitive eyes, and cannot see in color. They can only see whether it's light or dark, and where the light source is relative to them.
Snails are nocturnal, so are more active in the dark, but do not need to be in the dark.
Snails are more active in the dark because at night, it is cooler at night than in the daytime. Snails have to stay moist to survive.
Snails are brown and dark brown
Yes. Most land snails live in dark, moist places.
Dark and damp
No one really knows the answer to this question. From what we can tell, their eyes are only able to detect the difference between light and dark; but it is hard to say whether or not they can see color.
Snails are dark brown. :)
No, snails are blind
Typically yes! It's a survival technique. Snails normally lay their eggs in the dark. To help encourage laying you can drape the aquarium with a towel or blanket.
see snails also have shells
no. they live in the dark ocean right?
no, they live in light constantly like me
they are found in small dark damp places.
If you look real close you can see 2 stalks and on the top is a eye. I think snails are so cute. If you look real close you can see 2 stalks and on the top is a eye. I think snails are so cute. If you look real close you can see 2 stalks and on the top is a eye. I think snails are so cute.
You can find snails in dark, damp and moist areas. You can also find them in rotting wood and under a pile of damp leaves.
No, snails do not migrate. Although they move to a different field when it rains that is why you see so many snails on the side walk after it rains.
Snails are herbivores but have been known to eat other snails in certain circumstances. They live in dark places, and are preyed on by larger animals, such as birds.
Snails can see anything because they have eyes!
When they're dead.
A "rout" of snails. See related links below for more collective nouns.
No they cannot. Snails use their antennas to see and smell.
When snails die, they shrivel up and therefore, come out of their shells. This is why you only see empty shells and not snails on their own - they get eaten by birds.
then you can tellthat it growing or it having babies
snails live space and fart underwater that is why you see bubbles rise from them :D
a snails home is a shell plus they like damp dark places like under a plant pot or under a bush they like all-sorts of places
Most of them do. They can also live on the ground, under water, in trees, anywhere!
There are tropical, temperate and arctic snails. In fact, there are between 60 000 and 80 000 different types of snails and slugs inhabiting all sorts of different environments. See the related links for more information on snails.
yes havent you noticed there eyes
because there isn't as much sunlight in the forest
like under ground no the eat vegetation you can find the under or in dark moist areas
They are big and move as fast as land snails. If they are against clear glass you can see their mouth opening and closing.
Yes, snails have a water skeleton, also know as a hydrostatic skeleton. See related link for details on this subject.
Sea snails do show thermo-orthokinetic responses due to their tendency to crawl upwards or downwards in the sea in both light and dark.
i have 4 glofish and 2 apple snails, they seem to be fine. every once in a while the dark redish glofish will pick on the female but other than that they get along great :) i hope this helped.
starfish have eyes but they can only see light and dark, but they cannot see clearly, so no, they cannot see in the dark.
no yes but there so small you cant see them!~
no they are colour blind
to see how good they can swim
no, they can only see what is directly in front of them not what is to the side of them
Sea snails do not swim. They slither on the ground just like any other snail you see. Sea snails don't have fins, gills, or anything that help them to swim anyway, so it's impossible for sea snails to swim. I know this because I take care of sea snails in my house.
NO because it is dark it can not see you
no they can not see in the dark
You can find snails and slugs in dark moist places such as under rocks, under leaves, and under bark.
The food gets into the snail via its mouth. It's mouth is located underneath the snails head, and can sometimes be difficult to see.
Because the colour of the snail and wood is same so birds cannot see them and the snails are protected.
We see it precisely because it is bright. If it were dark, we wouldn't see it. We see it precisely because it is bright. If it were dark, we wouldn't see it. We see it precisely because it is bright. If it were dark, we wouldn't see it. We see it precisely because it is bright. If it were dark, we wouldn't see it.
cats see better in the dark because the pupil adjust to the dark but yes i think dogs can see in the dark just like cats maybe not as well but yes thhey can see in the dark................
yes coyotes can see in the dark.
Yes Foxes can see in dark.