Rare snail Jeremy with the offspring of its two former suitors. Angus Davison, University of Nottingham hide caption
toggle caption Angus Davison, University of Nottingham
It had been a timeless love story. A garden snail with a rare genetic condition can’t mate with normal snails; scientists launch an international search for a mate; the snail becomes a media sensation; and miraculously not one but two possible mates are found.
That’s where we left the tale of Jeremy, the rare left-coiling snail, last November.
But since then, what had been a
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