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This snail is unlucky in love — Tweet #snailLove to help him out

University of Nottingham scientists in the U.K. have taken on the role of matchmakers for a lonely little garden snail who was born with what appears to be a genetic anomaly. In a one-in-a-million occurrence, his shell spirals to the left.
 

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Dr. Angus Davison describing Jeremy s sinistral-spiraling shell.
Dr. Angus Davison describing Jeremy's sinistral-spiraling shell.
University of Nottingham, UK
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Angus Davidson
Jeremy  the snail with the left-coiling shell (right) next to a snail with a right-coiling shell (le...
Jeremy, the snail with the left-coiling shell (right) next to a snail with a right-coiling shell (left).
University of Nottingham, UK
Jeremy the snail (top) has a rare shell that spirals counter-clockwise.
Jeremy the snail (top) has a rare shell that spirals counter-clockwise.
University of Nottingham, UK

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