Our back garden, probably as in most other back gardens, is full of slugs and snails. As with many of these types of creature I have always dismissed them as slimy messy things that get under my feet when it’s dark in the garden. Up close, they are quite interesting – the hole on the left hand side of the creature below is where it breathes – called the┬ápneumostome. The top tentacles are their “eyes” and the bottom tentacles are their “noses”. Wikipedia – it’s a marvelous thing ­čśë

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