Anatomy of Snail
Posted by Karthi Kesavan / September 29, 2015

External anatomy Land snails have a coiled shell to which their body is attached by a strong muscle. The snail can withdraw its body completely into the shell when it is resting or protecting itself from a predator. A snail cannot leave its shell any more easily than humans can leave their fingernails! The shell stays with the snail for its life, and grows along with it. When a juvenile snail hatches from an egg, its shell has only one whorl, that is, one 360 degree rotation from the center. As the snail grows, the shell increases in size by growing around the first whorl – and around, and around, until the snail has reached its adult size. Different species of snails have different ...

Kirsty, a juvenile green turtle tracked by satellite as part of the collaborative Bermuda Turtle Project (BTP), has flown the coop! After being fitted with a satellite transmitter and released in Bermuda in August 2014, Kirsty’s movements and hab...

12 fun ways to exercise your pet
Posted by / June 18, 2015

 Owning a pet is never as simple as just feeding him or letting her outside to use the bathroom. Like people, pets need physical and mental exercise in order to live a long and happy life. The following activities are fun ways for you and your dog to bond while getting in some valuable exercise. ...

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