Yes, slugs and snails are both mollusks from the family Gastropoda. A slug is any gastropod mollusc that doesn’t have a shell, while a snail is one that has a coiled shell. Slugs evolved from snails. They both belong to the informal group “pulmonata”, a subclass of gastropods, which means they have a pallial lung rather than gills and can breathe air. It also is one more category that slugs and snails share, showing how closely related they are.
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