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Old 03-30-2004, 09:12 PM   #1
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Ahhh!!! Snail had a few zoos! >: (

I had found that my snail is eating my zoos Do I need to get rid of them??? I dont want him eating my poor zoos plz help
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Opps, I meant get rid of snail not zoos, LOL like I would rid of my zoos
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well if he is eating your zoo's then the smart thing would be to get rid of him. That was kind of a self answered question.
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well, Im just wondering if it is normal for snails to eat zoos
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Old 03-30-2004, 09:27 PM   #5
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well if he is eating your zoo's then the smart thing would be to get rid of him. That was kind of a self answered question.
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There are some that do, they are called sundial snails
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k Ill get rid of it now
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Just wondering, how can I get it out of its shell and keep the shell for deco?
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Old 03-30-2004, 09:43 PM   #8
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Well, you can simply out it in an ant bed for a couple of days and they will clean it up for you, or boilinb water and then bleach work pretty good
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boil water with bleach while boiling?
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No! Boil the animal with the shell until it falls out. Then after than, you can soak it in diluted bleach. The bleach will help brighten up the shell and bit and remove any left "gunk" from the animal.
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