snails are both males and females because they have a female uterus and oviduct and ovaries and they also have male testis and spermduct. That is the only thing i can really tell you. We will prolly never know exactly why they are this way. This is the way that God made them and we should just leave it at that. Snails have both male and female organs so they are able to reproduce without a mate. This may seem like a pointless answer but there is a difference in reproducing and creating genetic diversity. Genetic diversity is achieved when two snails mate together. Now how which one "plays" male and which one is female when they do breed is quite thought provoking.
Snails are both male and female.
Well, no. Because snails are both male and female.
Snails are hermaphrodites, both male & female.
all snails have both male and female parts
snails are neither male or female they are both
A snail is both female and male. They are hermaphrodites.
There is no such thing as a male and a female snail, so there are no differences.All snails are hermaphrodites. That means they have both male and female reproductive organs. Mating snails will both sperm and lay eggs.
Snails are classed as hermaphrodites They have both male and female reproductive organs.
Okay this is kinda weird but snails are hermaphrodites... (they are both female and male) =l
well, snails are a in the family of Hermaphrodites - which means they have both male and female sex organs. So that means that a snail can have random sex to fertilise both the snails eggs to produce baby snails.
Snails are both male and female this is why they can both lay eggs after wrapping themselves in each others slime.
If you are asking if snails have penises, then yes, they do. Most snails are considered to be hermaphrodites and have both male and female reproductive organs.
There is no such thing as a male snail. Or a female snail for that matter.All snails are hermaphrodites. That means they have both sexual organs. Two snails mating will both sperm and lay the eggs.
Yes. You only need one snail because all snails are both male and female.
No. Snails are hermaphrodites.
Most snails are hermaphrodites (both male and female). Usually during mating the larger snail will be the female and the smaller one will be the male. If both snails are the same size it is quite likely that they will both carry eggs. But a common snail in the aquarium trade is the apple snail. It is either male or female. Refer to the picture in the link for a diagram of a male and female specimen of this species.
Yes, the snail has both male and female sexual organs.
There is no such thing as a male or female snail, they are Asexual. That means they are all hermaphrodites and when they mate both snails lay eggs.
Nothing. Simply because there is no such thing as a male or female snail.All snails are hermaphrodites. Meaning all snails have both sexual organs and they both sperm and lay the eggs. The snails "stick" themselves together by their underbellies and both fertilise each other.
Yes, slugs are hermaphrodites, having both female and male reproductive organs.
Some are but there are also male snails
In actual fact, snails are a species which are Hermaphrodites - which means they have both male and female sex organs. When a pair of snails mate, they both produce eggs which will grow in to charming baby snails. If you own snails as pets, it's a good idea to give them unisex names - or label one as the male and another as the female. For instance I have given one of my snails a boy's name (Archimedes) and the other a girl's name (Shelly).
Snails are hermaphrodites; they are both male and female.
Mostly yes. It depends on the type of snail but most snails have both female and male genital parts. Snails have both the seed and the eggs, and (apparently) swap seed during mating. Both snails can go off and produce eggs! cool, heh? LOL
All snails are neither male / female. they have both gender organs.