Why do snails move so slowly?



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    The snails use a brand of muscles on the bottom of their bodies to create a ripple effect that moves the snail along the mucously trail it leaves behind. Snails naturally evolved to have no need for speed and since they rely on the mucous released from the front of their body in order to move around easily, they must take their time in order to ensure that enough muscous is being released for them to safely tred across.

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