Talk:Snail

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Picture removed[edit]

Yes, the picture was removed, we'll have to find one not protected by copyright. With the lifespan indicated by the book, this if for freshwater aquatic snails, not land snails. Marine gastropods live considerably shorter than land ones. When you say 'numerous other errors' can you give some examples? By the way, once again, this is a refferal to LAND snails, I'll fix the title to indicate that. And I think you'll find that the words feelers and tentacles are synonymous in this case. If anything, feelers might be preffered as the term tentacles might make someone think of octopus/squid/nautilus/etc appendages. That's an interesting suggestion you have raised on parasites, I'm more of an expert on behaviour than this sort of thing. If anyone can find the information, I encourage them to write a section on it. --User:Crazy drunk hobo

How many species?[edit]

How many families, genera, species?gdgdgfgdgdg

Everything.com[edit]

http://everything2.com/index.pl?node_id=49253 is interesting, and includes some information that's not here.

The author, "Tem42", says: [1]

All my factual WUs are copyleft.

Or copyless, anyway.
I would like someone more motivated than I to port them to www.wikipedia.org

So there you go.

June 2014[edit]

Gastropods poop out of their belly button — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2606:A000:EB02:4901:C501:3D2E:1E0E:90A3 (talk) 20:37, 8 June 2014 (UTC)