Giant African Land Snails
The battle to get rid of the invasive and destructive Giant African Land Snails is gaining new importance after a new study found a rare parasite in the snails, and three other non-native species of snails, can cause serious health problems in humans and animals.
he battle to get rid of invasive and destructive Giant African Land Snails just got a little harder after the disease-carrying, stucco-eating mollusk was located for the first time in Broward County.
The battle to rid South Florida of the Giant African Land Snail is going well but not well enough.
The Giant African Land Snail has become a giant issue in South Florida which has already led to snail-sniffing dogs and teams of people trying to capture the invasive species.
The Giant African Land Snail has become an issue in South Florida leading to snail-sniffing dogs and teams of people trying to capture the invasive species.
A couple of new defenses against the Giant African Land Snails that have taken over parts of Miami will be sniffing out the invasive creatures.
South Florida is gaining ground on the large, slimy Giant African Land Snails that first appeared in the region two years ago.
Miami-Dade landscapers were educated Friday on how to battle a growing invasion of the Giant African Land snails.
Florida agriculture officials are in Miami Friday to check out the invasion of the Giant African Land snails.
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Secretary Adam Putnam will be visiting South Florida Friday to tour the areas that are being infested by Giant African Land Snails.