Invasion of giant slugs in Moscow


According to the Mospriroda, they were supposedly brought in with fruits and vegetables or specially to keep at home, and then thrown away. Spanish slugs — a species of terrestrial gastropod mollusks from the pulmonary order. Snails are devoid of a shell, they grow up to 18 centimeters long. Giant Spanish slugs have appeared in Moscow. © AIF/Marina Volosevich

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Источник aif.ru Until the first half of the 20th century, slugs were distributed only within the Iberian Peninsula, but over the years they have mastered Central and Northern Europe.