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Old 04-06-2010, 12:06 AM   #1
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some more new Tylomelania snails

ok lots of pms about these guys... they are under 2 inch now. they get to be about 3 inch full size.

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Old 04-06-2010, 12:24 AM   #2
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Ok, the blue one is pretty cool, but the yellow one looks like an old man LOL. Congrats though! I am beginning to really love snails!
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Old 04-06-2010, 12:37 AM   #3
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DK, life...no one gets out alive.

If it wernt for old men we wouldnt have alot of the hobby awesomeness we have now.


MG, very nice, my wife thought they were assassins but no bumps and no rhino horn.(I got an all black assassin)
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nope not assassins but since you brought it up.....

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Oh sweet!!! Thay look cooler than I thought they would! Are those "snorkels?"
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Im not sure what that is, Its not really a snorkel since its stays under water, I think its a sensory thingy.
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I'm a Salty but those are cool snails. Maybe that's a sting? Cone Snails have an appendage like that that delivers a wicked sting that packs neurotoxins that kill you no worries.
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LOL, I doubt it's a stinger. This is freshwater remember? HAHA!
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Sorry, no nasty killers in the freshwaters.
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it is a nasty killer lol thus the name assassin snail lol they stab the other snail and inject neurotoxins and enzymes that start to break down the flesh.
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