Kauri Snails
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Kauri snails

One of New Zealand’s northern giant land snails, kauri snails have beautiful bronze shells and can grow to more than 3 inches in shell diameter. They live in moist forests, which provide the damp conditions they need, safe places to hide, and plenty of worms, insects, larvae and other snails to eat. They were once widespread in Northland, but are now endangered due to human settlement and predation by pigs, possums and other species. Their Conservation Status is Near Threatened.

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