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How To Draw A Snail Drawing
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Step: 1 Draw the hard spiral shell of the snail
In step 1 draw the circles round by round by making some distance of the snail which is a hard spiral shell as shown in the above figure.
Step: 2 Draw the foot of the snail
In step 2 draw the foot of the snail in a long curve shape below the rounds of the snail as shown in the above figure.
Step: 3 Draw the eyes and mouth of the snail
In step 3 draw the eyes and mouth of the snail in a long doubler rectangle on the top of the snail as shown in the above figure.
Step: 4 Draw the hard spiral shell of the snail
In step 4 draw the hard spiral shell of the snail as shown in the above figure.
Step: 5 Coloring the snail
In step 5 draw the colors of the snail of their respective parts as shown n the above figure. Thus by following the above 5 steps it is easy to draw the snail.
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Interesting Facts About Snail
A snail is a shelled gastropod. The term pulmonate gastropod mollusk is most often used when referring to terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks, like land snails.
As a result, the term snail is also used in a broader sense for general members of the Gastropoda class of mollusks that have a coiled shell that is large enough for the animals to completely retract back into.
The word snail does not just refer to land snails but also comprises numerous sea snail species as well as freshwater snail species.
Gastropods that are known to lack a shell completely, or have only an internal shell, are often called slugs, and land snails that have a very small shell (that they cannot retract into) are often referred to as semi-slugs.
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