Snails don't normally eat grass but they will if they can't find anything else. But they will eat it if necessary.
snails like to eat the stalk and sides of the grass blades.
N0 they don't eat grass hoppers
Snails usually eat fruits, grass, trees and berries
No, snails only eat alage.......i have been studing it in science
they mosly eat grass and dirt
Snails eat grass, leaves and plant bark.
Pound snails or giant African snails eat a variety of fruits and vegetables. They also eat the leaves of many trees or even grass.
No they don't. They eat grass or smaller insects
Land snails are herbivores. They eat leaves and grass.
No.They eat stuff that's usually in the water
deer, water rats and snails.
they are found in wet grass and in flowers because they love to eat them
Land snails eat grass and other green leaves. They also feed on decaying matter and decompose poo. These types of snails eat dinosaurs back in the period they where as big as a T-rex.
aquatic snails eat algae and live plant material. if they are in an aquarium, they also eat leftover fish food. From different user: i had a water snail and the water snail liked to eat clover and grass. Be sure to wash outdoor plants thoroughly so that the bugs don't get in the water. Water snails also eat other things but from my experience, they eat clovers and grass.
No, they mostly eat insects, grubs, earthworms, snails, slugs and some plant material such as tubers.
1. small fish 2.snails and worms 3.grass and weeds AND MORE
snails eat veggies
no, seagulls do not eat snails.
There are many different species of snails and they all eat different things. Some snails eat garden plants and some snails, such as sea snails eat plankton and fish.
baler snails eat plants and veggies and small snails
Yes, turtles eat grass. They also eat earthworms, snails, grubs, beetles, caterpillars, carrion, grasses, fallen fruit, berries, mushrooms and flowers. They take bites of anything that smells edible. Mind you, they don't eat a ton of grass, just a little.