Which Snail Is Right For Me Guide
This is only a rough guide to help you in choosing the right snail for yourself. It is not intended as a definitive guide, and only covers some of the more popular breeds that we have in stock. Also by easy, medium and hard snails we mean this refers to the level of care required. For example an easy snail would be the fulica that requires lower temps as opposed to a tiger snail that requires higher temps and humidity so would be a harder to care for snail. If you still have any questions about which snail would best suit you, please feel free to contact us.
Achatina Fulica Snail
Achatina Rodatzi Snail
Achatina Albino Jade Snail
Achatina Jadatzi Snail
Albino Reticulata Snail
Achatina Achatina Tiger Snail
Archachatina Marginata Snail
The above snails all make great starter snails as they are easy to look after and only require a lower temperature of 21-24 degrees.
The above snails still make great starter snails but do require a slightly higher temperature of 24-26 degrees and a slightly higher humidity.
The above snails can still be great starter snails but you would need to ensure they are kept at the right temperature of 26-28 degrees and a higher humidity.
Snail Sizing Guide
You may of noticed that in each listing for each snail we will state what size the snail can grow into, small, medium or large snail. This guide is a rough guide to show you what size we are referring to when we state that.
Any snail that can on average grow from 1 - 10 cm in shell length
Any snail that can on average grow from 10 - 15 cm in shell length
Any snails that can on average to 15+ cm in shell length