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Tiny Garden Snails


This tiny garden snail has a spiral round shaped shell with slightly transparent brownish color. Diameters of shell just about 0.6cm, it has two slithers long eyes.


Like all other snails, they don’t like to be where it is too hot but they often find plenty of solace in the shaded areas, suck as under the rocks, tree bark, broken logs, leaf and even manmade stuff like planters. This tiny garden snail was spotted sticking under a Bryophyllum pinnatum plant leaf, which is currently it's hiding ground and source of food.

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Perak, Malaysia

Spotted on Apr 19, 2013
Submitted on Apr 19, 2013

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