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Animals –project snail

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Animals –project snail
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Animals –project snail

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  6. 6. Farkhondeh Parse L Ciwhere does Snails live? V They can be found in gardens, in ponds and even in the sea. v’ They belong to a group of animals with a soft body called rnolluscs (mollusks) which are related to oysters, clams, and other shellfish. characteristically V’ they have soft, unsegmented bodies. / flormally, their soft bodies are protected by a hard shell. Clwhat does Snaiis eat? / Snailseat the leaves with rough tongue. ~/ Theytind food to help antennaes. / They chew leaves. Cloescribe the behavior of Snails. / Land snaiis and shaiis that iive in the water to make their shetis. / They moved to their own house. ~/ Srtaiis are hidden in their she-its. ~’Sr4ai¥scrawi through on the ground.
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  8. 8. Farkhondeh ? arsa Bwhere does Snails live? v’ they can be found in gardens, in ponds and even in the sea. Dwhich animais are snaiis enemies? V Snaiis have many enemies in natere. inciading coci<roacies, snai<es , Frogs and toads, turties and birds like chicken , duck and goose EJDescribe their habitat: Vsrraiis can retract one or both of their tehtacies at a time. V’ Some snaiis have been known to five up to 15 years. 1 Garden snaiis breathe with kings / Saaiiiike animaisthat cio not have a sheii are usuaiiy caiied siugs.
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  10. 10. Clwhat is the Iifecycle of snails? / Snails have both mate and female. This means that This part is female that have the eggs and The part of maie produces sperm. when the two snaits mate. Lifting the bottom of your feet at the end of each ieg Makes clown and a more raplci movement towards each other are doinglhis causes the sperm to pass between them. it slrouid be noted that a shall as he can do this work alone. Each sperm can fertilize eggs and create baby snails. After 2 weeks from the mating, snaiis make holes in the soil and eggs are ieft there. Each snail provloes between 20 to 50 eggs at 3 timexhe eggs will be filled after the four week break. 5 some interesting facts about snails: ~’Any size that snail grows up and his cover is also large. ~/ Snails plunge into hibernation. V Snails are a category of animals without foot. V There are more than 7,900 species of snails in the world. ~/ Snails eat the leaves of the trees with their tongues. Snails have small teeth on the tongue Snails with their shells are crushed rocks And get through mineral that is needed to make shells. pa , -khondeh pa rsa / Lifetimesnail is one or two years.
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  12. 12. ’” She" Snail anatomy liver lung anus respiratory pore eye stomach tentacle kidney * I mantle r 7- ' I A _‘ J g 7 K cerebral ganglia salivary duct mouth heart vas deferens foot mucous gland penis sanvary grand 0V| dUCt vagina genital pore dart sac . .(:3SW’ Farkhondeh Parsa
  13. 13. ' rm Life cycle snail Snails crawl next to each ‘X ___, other to mate. T‘ La - . . ~ vine Eggs nus‘-4’-*ia~d‘-3-.2-i 03¢“ ’ ‘, _,33§_,5;, ‘A7 i- 7 Eggs ofasnaii Advil: $333? $551., .5, ; _,s. ,,‘. ..«; .:. an moi» i J Hatching _ # 3* 544$ Bigger Snail : - T r : at small Snails 0.3333 04-71 455.33! " " . _s, §_, s 31.3,; ,3}. Eating and Growing Shell T l-‘M 04.)‘ W4 .9 4:: -U.9$~ , , Farkhondeh Parsa
  14. 14. Explain the important stages 9 of the life cycle of snails *5» H-' deb- -HN aéfi U 0453 ‘.434-U , 6 Q 2.03, Farkhondeh Parsa
  15. 15. .e-3-‘so-N-? - UCU. .u-‘*‘5‘: !C. J$: ‘ o. ;3-S-«S1-:0 Dwith the help oi‘ a magnifying glass to observe a snail. Farkhondeh Parsa
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