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Cities battle slimy invasion by giant snails

Giant African Snails Invade Miami Florida by Jessica Harper; ABC News Photo via Florida Department of Agriculture/Division of Plant Industry

God's amazing handiwork on display in my front yard!

God's amazing handiwork on display in my front yard!

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black mystery snail ~ LOVE these in my pond! Live bearers that have a few "litters" each season and eat algae rather than plants

Reportedly, Giant Ghana snails have reached 12 inches in shell length.

Animals You've Never Heard Of - G Edition

Achatina achatina, sometimes called the giant tiger land snail, is known in the United States as being a humungous gastropod from a far-away land, a significant agricultural pest, and a forbidden exotic pet.

How to Look After a Giant African Land Snail

How to Look After a Giant African Land Snail

In this article, I will show you how to look after your giant african land snail (GALS). To begin with, you will need a few pieces of equipment before you get your snail. You will need: A well ventilated tank, about for one snail.

This Is why pythons have eaten all of the animals in the Everglades - Photo of an egg-sack of a female Burmese python caught by a ranger in Everglades National Park. All those sacs are embryonic pythons, 59 hungry baby pythons in all. A new report found the python infestation in the Everglades caused by lazy pet owners releasing their snakes there has decimated most common animals, 99 percent of raccoons, 88 percent of bobcats & practically all the rabbits & foxes.

This Is Why Pythons Have Eaten All of the Animals in the Everglades

Huge Burmese python caught in Florida containing 87 eggs I'm so sick of them killin these pretty burms, all those baby's

How to Care for Giant African Land Snails - 9 Easy Steps

Care for Giant African Land Snails

How to Care for Giant African Land Snails - 9 Easy Steps

Removing invasive species is an important step in promoting and maintaining forest health. Tree of Heaven, also called Ailanthus, forms a monoculture and often outcompetes native plants. Invasive species often have no redeeming qualities and should be removed. Charcoal can be made out of ailanthus, and by cutting the trees down, forest health is improved.

Removing invasive species is an important step in promoting and maintaining forest health. Tree of Heaven, also called Ailanthus, forms a monoculture and oft.