Noun(1) freshwater or marine or terrestrial gastropod mollusk usually having an external enclosing spiral shell(2) edible terrestrial snail usually served in the shell with a sauce of melted butter and garlic
Verb(1) gather snails
(1) The exotic mud snail , Batillaria attramentaria, is common in a few bays and estuaries at the northern extent of C. californica's range.(2) The auto industry is a huge snail moving at its own slow pace day to day.(3) Okay, he's a snail . He has to hustle to keep up as the pair walk down the street.(4) The cone shell is a marine snail that lives in tropical regions worldwide, including the waters around northeastern Australia's Great Barrier Reef.(5) a tedious and complicated process enough to exasperate a snail(6) The Quitobaquito spring snail is a tiny, 0.06 inch long aquatic snail that belongs to the Hydrobiidae family.(7) Many snails have an operculum, a horny plate that seals the opening when the snail 's body is drawn into the shell.(8) Lobsters are bottom-feeding predators and their diet consists of worms, mussels, snails and other small marine bottom-dwelling organisms.(9) Most of the more recent success stories involve snails , isopods, and other marine animals that have colonized leaf litter or remained in environments close to the seashore.(10) Located here is the cochlea, a snaillike structure full of fluid and microscopic hairs.(11) The average shell strength of mud snails was twice that of Littorina, and three times that of Uca.(12) Slipper limpet snails are infesting Puget Sound, off the coast of Washington State.(13) Large or small, landlubbers or seafarers or both, hermit crabs have one feature in common: they generally spend their lives inside the empty shells of snails or other mollusks.(14) Fossil records show that sponges and jellyfish, worms of countless sorts, snaillike mollusks, and a host of arthropodal ancestors to the crab emerged biologically whole in the Cambrian.(15) Bluegills are carnivores, primarily eating invertebrates such as snails , worms, shrimp, aquatic insects, small crayfish, and zooplankton.(16) The small body size of Pacific land snails has been considered indicative of the importance of aerial transport, with drift transport secondary.
(1) snail mail :: meli sisi
1. escargot ::
Different Formssnail, snailed, snailing, snails
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