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Are there any more tulips for lunch?

By livinglevels  
Garden Snail (Helix aspersa) found, as its name suggests - in our garden.

This little beauty has a lot of bad press for eating all the flowers but you have to ask yourself "who was here first?". The answer - the snail by several hundred million years! No contest then?

Very underrated and much easier to photograph than those faster moving insects!

Tags: Portrait Shell Snail Close-up and macro Wildlife and nature Garden snail Gastropod Helix aspersa

Voters: NaturesHaven, MusicalChillies, KarenFB and 2 more


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26 Apr 2012 7:57PM
Quite the opposite to the rat race, brilliant shot.

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KarenFB Plus
11 4.9k 171 England
26 Apr 2012 8:00PM

Quote:Very underrated


Definitely - each one has different markings! You've caught the details on this one brilliantly.

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