Snails are herbivores, plant eaters, so they consume leaves, algae, fruit, and most other green parts of a plant, including tree bark.
Snails mostly eat plants and any kind of vegetation that they can find. They tend to eat mushrooms, fruit, leaves, flowers, bark, algae, limestone, chalk from rocks, damp paper and cardboard, and even dirt if there’s nothing else. The limestone and rock chalk help provide calcium for the shells of the snails. The yeast smell of beer is also an attractant of snails and is commonly used in snail and slug traps. If you feed a snail anything with sugar or salt they will die.
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