Country diary: A tiny wonder in our midst | Sara Hudston
Bridport, Dorset: Instinct told me to swipe away the sticky, mystery object on my hand. I would have missed a slippery moss snailBrushing my fingers against the damp trunk of an ash tree, something gummy stuck to my hand. It had the adhesion of a slug, but was wetter and slicker. I stopped myself from immediately flicking it away as a piece of unidentified yuck and looked more closely.Perched on the whorl of my forefinger was a tiny snail no more than four millimetres long. Its shell was a glossy, pointed twist, turning five times from lip to apex. Like most snails, the shell circled clockwise. Continue reading...
Celý článek: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/jan/04/country-diary-a-tiny-wonder-in-our-midst
Zdroj: The Guardian
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