A snail lives in a snail shell.
yes a baby snail will die if it's shell is chipped because a snail shell is very delicate and so is the snail.
The mantle is what forms the shell of a snail.
when a snail is born it has a shell, and its actual body is still growing in the shell.
A snail shell
get a little stick. a little known fact is that a stick is a snails way of communication, so with the correct stick the snail will give you its shell.
you put some food in front of its nose and that is how you get a snail out of its shell
No species of snail is able to 'leave' its shell. The shell is connected to the snail like a permanent tooth. If it were to leave its shell it would die. so unfortunately the snail probably died, or was eaten by a predator.
What can I do if the shell on the snail is cracked real bad
A turtle or a snail have a shell.
It depends on how big the snail is.
The snail can protect itself by, when threatened, retracting into its shell and therefore hiding beneath their protective shell.
wn the snail is to big
Different snail shells are different sizes. If this question in refering to your own snail, measure the whole distance across in th middle of the snail shell. That is called diameter. Then multiplying by pii (3.14). That answer should be a well done estimate for your snail shell. :)
nothing the shell will grow back
the snail :)
no. it is shell
No. The shell grows around the snail as the snail grows bigger, but the snail is fastened into its shell and cannot leave it. Hermit crabs live in empty shells, and find a new, bigger shell as they grow.
The snail is by the book and the rabbit. It's just a snail shell.
you can tell the age of a snail by looking at its shell
The snail has its shell for protection.