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Old 10-11-2012, 09:53 PM   #1
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turbo snails

Hello all, was wondering if anyone had or has a crazy amount of baby turbo snails producing in their tank?..i have about 5 large snails in my 55g and the other night after lights went out i took out the flash light and to my surprise there had to be atleast 50 to 75 baby snails all over the LR if not more, i have a few that i knew i had that i have been keeping track of for a while and they have been taking on color now for a while and those started out just the way all the new ones are, all white, so i know they are turbo snails..curious to know if mass producing in a home aquarium is common or not and also if i decide to remove some to share with a buddy of mine is it to soon to move them being they are so small and im sure the shell is very soft still...will it be a good idea to keep them in there for a while till the shell has gained its strength or is it ok to go ahead and suck some out with my turkey bastor?
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