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    Now that IS a big snail son !

    I think this is the biggest snail I have EVER seen, actually.
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    What a great picture Graham


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    What a strange coincidence.. I found one exactly the same up my Garden yesterday.
    Never seen one here before.
    I threw it in the compost!


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    We have lots of them... munching on the Bananas, Gabi/Tarot, etc (my boy is instructed to throw them out...over the perimeter wall), but this one was double the size of the 'normal' ones. Must have been at least 4 inches long.


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    Are they edible?

    The French eat snails, and I have seen piles of large snails on sale at Cambodian market stalls in Phnom Penh.

    https://www.khmertimeskh.com/623353/...n-with-snails/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_ View Post
    Are they edible?

    The French eat snails, and I have seen piles of large snails on sale at Cambodian market stalls in Phnom Penh.

    https://www.khmertimeskh.com/623353/...n-with-snails/
    They (Mrs and family) certainly eat the small ones taken from the river, but (I've just been informed)...no, they don't eat those large garden/apple snails.


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    Quote Originally Posted by grahamw48 View Post
    They (Mrs and family) certainly eat the small ones taken from the river, but (I've just been informed)...no, they don't eat those large garden/apple snails.
    I still remember my Grandfather giving me one of my first science lessons with about 10 garden snails and a bag of salt.


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