Wow that was quick. How big is he? Are they the orange ones. I have never kept them. Happy snail birthday....Alison
I really don't know much about them . can you tell me about them and why you chose to keep them instead of mystery or nerites or any other kind? Just curios Alison
Awesome! I'd love to have some someday. Hmm... I wonder how you tell the sex on them... I do have two... He's beautiful, congrats!
Thank you! Yeah honestly I don't know how to sex them either. Online they say it's almost impossible. When I ordered mine I got 4 so I'd have a good chance of getting a male and female. What kind are yours?
I don't even know if it's recommended to cross breed(probably not), just think it's interesting. They are in different tanks, but a gold spot and chocolate.
Yeah not sure about cross breeding (if you find out you should let know.) I have 3 yellows and a chocolate as well.
You mean your mysteries don't crawl all over you How do you manage that? I can't do much of anything without attached snails or shrimp.Sure! I have nerites and mystery snails as well, but the rabbit snails are so cute and so friendly! Mine only retract in their shells when resting. I can pick them up and they'll crawl around your hand. When they reproduce it's only usually one baby at a time and they keep the baby in their shells until they're big enough to be on their own then they are little miniture them. When they move it's like an inch worm. They move and pull their shells. Just awesome unique little things.
I think it might be ok... Just a quick search. I seriously want to breed them now! Oh what have you started! Haha just kidding. I love chocolates, they are awesome. Mine is named truffle. Darn, now I want a truffle...
You mean your mysteries don't crawl all over you How do you manage that? I can't do much of anything without attached snails or shrimp.
It's so cute! I've always thought rabbit snails were awesome, but I don't have the tank space or the right substrate to keep them.
If your mystery snails are shy, you can always work on hand-feeding them at their dinnertime...most of mine will grab snail jello or a green bean from my hand now. Food will make them lovey