A snail is a slow paced creature, were a fighting fish can and does cause trouble in a lot of tanks, a snail is no match for a betta, the snail in a tank or bowl with a fighting fish is just food for the fish, the movement of the snail will attract the fish to the snail, the snail will because of such a small area to move around in should not last long, and sometimes the fish may not bother the snail if there is enough hiding places for the snail to hide or get too. The odds are in favor of the fish.
No fish will really fight a Betta,unless its another Betta(male,not female,males and females get along pretty well),so i would suggest getting a Gold Mystery Snail if you dont want your Betta fighting with your fish.
Yes, that would be KICK-ASS! They would breed and make mystery fighting snails...
siamese algae eaters, anamo shrimp, midget sucker mouth catfish, american flagfish,malaysian trumpet snail, ramshorn snail, zebra snail, britlenose pleco, whiptail catfish, black molly, suckermouth catfish
I think it is the snail
In Klingon 'Racing Snail' would be translated as 'Snail Segh'.
snail because scorpions lose direction
Baby snail are called baby snail they dont have a name like e.g. goat=kid. Now you would think it would have one but it is amazing!!! a baby snail is called a baby snail
A snail because he would have a shell unlike a slug. Can they even fight?
i would say the snail is the slowest because it has no legs to run with
a spoon because it could crush a snail
Ok, In speed a snail would be slower than a sloth.
Water would move OUT of the snail and onto the salt.
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i think Kevin would cry for stepping on the snail
a snail moves fster on concret
If it's an aggresive fish, probably not because it would hurt the snail.
Adjectives describe things. I would describe a snail as slow or slimy.
Snail because a slug pretty much stays in a spot but a snail has a shell and it can weigh it down but It is my opion
Well it would be a banana snail split, but I very much doubt that it would be tasty.
Ive never seen a cricket eat a snail, but still I would say no.
An herbivorous snail would be a primary consumer. Not all snails are herbivorous, however.
1) The snail would pass out in the upper atmosphere. 2) If it didn't pass out, it would freeze. 3) A snail doesn't live long enough to make the journey.
A snail in England won a snail race being clocked at .0033 mph...so I'd have to say maybe .0025 would be about the norm for a non-racing snail?