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Hello,I stumbled on your website in search of information about snail reproduction. While I found your short answers very informative I'm looking to further my knowledge on the specifics.Where do the eggs come from? Its not clear to me how the snail can possibly lay an egg. Thanks,
Question Date: 2018-01-28
Answer 1:

That's interesting - for me, I think chickens and birds laying eggs is more amazing. Are there any species of animal where the female doesn't lay eggs?

Here are some links for 'snail egg laying' in Google that look useful:

Snail Reproduction

How to Tell if Your Snail Is Pregnant

How do snails reproduce – Escargot



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