What does the trap door look like on a snail?
Try it, then you will know.
It is a medium sized spider that is dark brown to easily blend with its surroundings. Some have legs that are a reddish hue with a large, bulbous body that is a grayish brown. They are easily identified by their unique "trap door" webs, consisting of a burrow into soil lined with vegetation and a silk tube structure. They resemble tarantualas in their size, but they are not as hairy.
A trap door in the stage can be useful for a number of purposes. In Hamlet, it served as Ophelia's grave; it was probably Juliet's grave as well. In Henry V, Fluellen, Jamy and Macmorris probably used it as a tunnel to mine the walls of Harfleur. The apparitions in Macbeth might come up out of the trap door; the witches might exit that way. There was also a trap door in the ceiling from…
A "trap door" is one that opens unexpectedly underneath you. The only such door is on 24 Carrot Island. There are many other door in floors on Poptorpica, such as the laboratory or secret stairway on Astro Knights, the Dragon Face door on Counterfeit, or the secret room on Big Nate Island. None of these are trap doors. (see related questions)
In the open-air theatres which flourished in London from 1576 to 1640, there was a trap door in the stage which could be opened to create the impression of a hole (like Ophelia's grave in Hamlet), or of something coming up out of the ground (like the witches in Macbeth). There was also a trap door in the bottom of the large and heavy roof which was built over the stage. The roof was large…
Several older models ( Most by the Chinese manufactures ) use a Bear trap loading port for the pellet. It an under lever cocking rifle. When you pull down the lever a large metal door pulls back to reveal the rear of the barrel you must put your finger inside the trap door to load the pellet in the barrel opening. If you don't hold the cocking lever all the way down or back, the…
Go to the charms room (the dark one). There is a trap door with a question mark on it. You might have to do something to unlock the trap door either in this room or the room next door. Enter the trap door, go right avoiding the traps and you will get to it. You will need dark magic to get it, though.
There are hundreds of ways to do it. The main thing is you have to somehow conceal the hinge and any gaps around the edges. If you don't mind having your trap door in a closet, then a small closet is the easiest way t do it. The whole floor can swing downward and the edges are concealed by the walls. Bingo. Trap door.
Quote from the Related Link: "If the snail's body is out of the shell or hanging out far and not moving, it is probably dead. Dead snails also stink really bad. If the snail is a species that has a trapdoor, in its dead state, the trap will be open so a shut trap means the snail is alive. Snails may "play dead" for a few days sometimes."
In older constructed fire places, the trap door led to a receptacle under the floor, accessible from the basement, into which you could sweep the ashes. Then you emptied the receptacle in the basement after the ashes had sufficient time to cool. Before you attempt to sweep ashes into the trap door, be sure there is a proper receptacle in place to catch them.