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Label the Land Snail: External Anatomy
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Read the definitions, then label the land snail diagram below.

eyespots - located at the tips of the long tentacles on land snails

foot - the soft, muscular part of the snail that allows the snail to move

shell - the hard, spiral, protective covering of the snail

head - the front part of the snail, containing the tentacles, eyes, and mouth

mouth - on the underside of the head - it contains the radula, a file-like tongue that breaks down the snail's food

respiratory pore - a small hole in the side of the body, used for breathing

tentacles - two long and two short sensory tentacles on the upper surface of the snail's head

land snail anatomy diagram to label

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