Snails do have eyes, but not every snail has their eyes on the same part of their
bodies. For example a Land Snail has their eyes on the tip of their tentacles. A Land
Snail also move their tentacles up and down and from side to side. This helps them get
the best view. Love,
snails protect their eyes because they roll down the tenticles which sheds them
The eyes of land snails are at the tips of their longer pair of tentacles, and the eyes of marine snails are at the base of these tentacles.
they are for seeing
They move there eyes
Beacuase just like humans it hurts the snails eyes Beacause your hands have dirt on them and snails dont blink so it hurts the eye
snails have 2 eyes one on each end of the tentacle
yes havent you noticed there eyes
no it is to bright for there eyes
Snails can see anything because they have eyes!
Snails have long stalks which hold there eyes up and the eyeball has no cover so it HURTS!
they are those really long ante nae on its head, the balls on top are the eyes
yeah they have a body eyes mouth i don't know if they ears
yes, have you seen the stalks on the snail, that's where they are
The two longer appendages on the snails face are considered their eyes, even though they are more of light detectors, while the two shorter ones are used for feeling to see what is in the snails path.
Snails' eyes are not like antennas. They are perched on the top of eyestalks. This way, the snail can move its eyes more effectively.
Aquarium snails are different from regular land snails. All aquatic snails have gills. Just like their land relatives, these snails also have radula(rasping tongue),tentacles, and hard shells. Aquatic snails do not have as developed eyes as land snails. Many aquatic snails have a door or an opcerium at the entrance of their shell. Some aquatic snails also grow to the size of a baseball.
Yes, their nose is also their tongues which are the two pipes which are under their eyes.
what are some characteristics that the fish and the snail have
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 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.
A snail's eyes are on longish projections on its head, and the projections are called eyestalks.
Yes, the are much the same as Snails, Paua is actually a species of sea snail.