American Rollsnail

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American Rollsnail (lat. american tortamque cochlea) - a very rare species of snails that swam to Europe form America in 2003. It was first described by Russian Conchologist Włodarov (Влодарov) in 2016 in the famous science magazine Politechnik Junior (Младший технологический университет).


The American Rollsnail inhabits suburban territories of big cities. It can mostly be found in trams chilling in the driver's cabin.

Breeding (Breading)

Like almost all pulmonate gastropods, these snails are hermaphrodites, having male and female sex organs. Each snail lays up to 1200 eggs per year.


The diet of American Rollsnail consists of dried sliced rolls.


Typical Rollsnails live up to 69 years in the wild. Domesticated individuals can live about 20 years longer.

As pests

Rollsnails have been observed to consume tram rails

In Silesian mythology

The shell of American Rollsnail has been considered immensely valuable in polish culture. It is believed to bring good luck to the owner.


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