There are snail species which live on land, in fresh water, and in marine environments – and all of them use a similar means of locomotion to get around. Snails travel on their “foot” – the muscular part of their body that supports the rest of the snail’s weight. Through rippling or expansion-contraction motions in the muscles of the foot, a snail gradually creeps over a rock or other surface. However, while effective for snails, this isn’t an extremely fast way to travel.
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