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Snail Lazar

Today’s walk in the woods was very refreshing because it was very hot in the forest, but it was nice cold. Suddenly, on the way, I noticed a worm that is already very rare in our forests. The snail’s lazar is black in thickness of up to 2 and a length of about 15cm. The snail is slowly crawling and has no house. It is most commonly observed during and immediately after rain, especially in the forest, in meadows and along the water from the lowlands to the lowlands. It feeds on leaves and grass, but when it scares the hide of the head.

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    • Thanks for viewing and friendly comment, my friend….thanks for the warning … as far as I’m reading this one is not toxic … otherwise I do not touch them because they are not exactly beautiful
       

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