Today, it finally rained. When class was over, I went to catch snails because I read in my book, "snails usually come out after rain." Just arrived at the small garden, I found a large number of snails walking there! Some snails came out to breathe fresh air after the rain. Soon I caught four snails. Hehe, I can only blame them for their slow escape.
All of a sudden, I found that when the snail left, it left a piece of transparent mucus. Why? "In order to keep balance, snails secrete mucus so that they don't fall down when they climb high," the book says
Sometimes when I touch a snail, I quickly shrink its body into its warm home, a small shell. I laugh at how timid it is.
After the event, I wanted to catch a few, but they seemed to know my intention, and each played hide and seek with me.
Although snail's speed is a little slower, he still tries hard to try. This spirit is worth learning.