What do garden snails look like?
they are brown
Snails can be quite a pest for a garden, and gardeners usually don't like them (though in my opinion I think they're cute, or maybe that's because I take care of them right now.). This is because garden snails usually eat holes into plants, especially vegetable gardens, like lettuce. So I should say that snails DO harm a garden.
Apple snails are freshwater aquatic snails. Garden snails are land snails. Apple snails have lungs and gills Garden snails have lungs only Apple snails skin is thin and translucent (with slime) Garden snails skin is thick and leathery (with slime) All apple snails have two sets of antennae Garden snails have species with one and two sets.
Garden snails eat a range of different food's love greenery like leaves of various plants. They eat cucumber, lettuce, spinach, carrots, apples and strawberries, those are only a few of the fruits and vegetables that I have given my garden snails. Garden snails CANNOT eat citrus or anything but fruits or vegetables.
I believe garden snails do sleep. Not like I know it from experience, but I find that my garden snails often go into their shells and stay like that for a while. Though I predict this behaviour is done to prevent themselves from drying up, I believe that they should be having a nice rest inside their shell, too.
They are everywhere in your garden after if rains or while it is raining! I collected my garden snails from my garden myself. A lot of them come out when it rains, but if you don't want to get too wet, you can collect garden snails right when the rain stops or when it subsides to a slight drizzle. I found my garden snails all over the place, behind rocks, plants, on trees, everywhere!
Well, I think garden snails don't eat a lot of things. On the other hand, garden snails DO eat green vegetables for sure, though I find that they do eat carrots a lot too. They probably won't eat these things (I will only list a few): gum cereal meat of any kind (they're vegetarians) milk candy etc... These garden snails pretty much won't eat anything that we can't eat. If we don't eat glue, garden…
There are two very basic kinds of snails. Some snails live on land and the second basic category of snail lives in water. Land Snails like damp spots, especially in the garden. These snails eat decaying vegetation, fungi, lichen, plant leaves, damp paper and cardboard. Becuase these snails live in the garden and feed on garden plants, people often consider them a pest. Snails also live in a water. People can use them in an…
I am doing an "educated guess" right here, and I suppose it is right. My educated guess is that garden snails in particular are NOT poisonous to dogs, though I wouldn't suggest to feed your pet dog garden snails. First, people can eat garden snails, and if it isn't poisonous to us at all, I doubt it will be poisonous to dogs. Also, I play with garden snails all the time, and if you think…