Where Do Slugs Come from?


Snails and slugs belong to a large family of animals known as molluscs. Slugs live in damp places in the soil and among debris, and emerges only at night or on wet days. Interestingly, slugs are hermaphrodites!
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Slugs usually come from dark, moist areas like under logs, rocks, and porches. They will venture out when there's enough moisture for them to get around well.
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