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How do snails dig holes?
Question Date: 2016-10-23
Answer 1:

Snails dig holes using their “foot” which is the back part of the snail. They use it like a shovel to move away loose dirt. Garden snails dig holes in the dirt to lay their eggs which later hatch into baby snails.

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