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«Helix Aspersa" Live Pet Snail

«Helix Aspersa" Live Pet Snail

The price is for one live Cornu Aspersum AKA Helix Aspersa pet snail.


The average size of a snail is from 1 to 2 inches (or from 28 to 45 mm)


Please Note! When you purchase our pet snails in the cold season (from November to March), we go the extra mile to ensure their safe journey to your doorstep. With every order, in the cold weather season, we include a specialized Cold Weather Heat Pack to prevent your pet snails from freezing during shipping. This added layer of care and protection guarantees that your new snail companions arrive in the best possible condition, ready to thrive in their new home. We're dedicated to the well-being of your pets every step of the way.


We ship our snails from the USA address for US buyers. We use USPS priority mail shipping.

We don't ship to Canada!

If you live in Europe, please message us and we ask our business partners in Europe about shipping to your country. 


Why are snails the best pets?

  • It is easy to care for pets

  • $39.95  for 1 adult snail with Free Domestic Shipping! 

  • Great pets for kids or family

  • No noise and harsh movements

  • Low-cost keeping

  • Non-allergic pets

  • Cornu aspersum, known by the common name garden snail, is a species of land snail. As such it is a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusc in the family Helicidae, which includes some of the most commonly familiar land snails. Of all terrestrial molluscs, this species may well be the most widely known. In English texts it was classified under the name Helix aspersa for over two centuries, but the prevailing classification now places it in the genus Cornu.

    Cornu aspersum is native to the Mediterranean area and Western Europe, but whether deliberately or accidentally, humans have spread it to temperate and subtropical areas worldwide. The snail is relished as a food item in some areas, but it is also widely regarded as a pest in gardens and in agriculture, especially in regions where it has been introduced accidentally, and where snails are not usually considered to be a menu item.

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