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- Level 1: Introductory
The Great British snail hunt
Counting snails can reveal more than just how many snails there are – they provide vital clues about the state of the environment. That's why we're inviting you to take part in our Great British Snail Hunt. We'll explain the significance of the small creatures, and tell you how you can take your own count.
Originally published: Tuesday, 24th August 2004
Last updated on: Tuesday, 7th September 2004
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