Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 219
Rated 5 out of 5 by Abbie3024 Great addition to tank
I love these snails, I got one in every color. They grow very quickly, we started off with ones the size of my thumb nail, and within a few weeks they tripled in size. Pretty cool. They also clean the tank very well. Here's the catch: they WILL reproduce, even if you just have a single snail. This is not a big deal (as some other reviewers have complained), you simply must be smart enough to remove the eggs before they hatch, so just check your tank hood daily for a lump of eggs, and remove them by scraping them off. I freeze them before I dispose of them. So, other than that, awesome addition to any tank environment.
November 6, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mynicknameisamystery Awesome cleaners that are easy to take care of!
I have had 5 mystery snails and no matter what they end up eating each other no matter what (size and the amount of food doesn't matter they will still eat each other). Though the mystery snails eat each other they are the best tank cleaners ever! They will eat whatever there is on the tank floor (fish waste, algae, other snails and certain vegetables). In the end mystery snails are very easy to take care of because they will eat whatever, live in a 1 gallon fish tank and you don't have to clean your tank so often (just don't have more than one mystery snail in the same tank at the same time so that way they won't eat each other)!
September 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Averi I LOVE THESE.
They are so fascinating to watch. I currently only have one black mystery snail in a 1 gallon tank because that's all I have for right now, but when I get my 10 gallon I'm going to get a gold and a black one. The one I have now loves to eat lettuce and any kind of fish food.
July 20, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Fishyman1 Don't Waste Your Money
I bought one of these mystery snails, which are actually apple snails, because they supposedly eat algae. COMPLETLY WRONG! It eats no algae and only will rarely eat algae wafers. On top of all that, when I put this snail in my tank, my two VERY expensive freshwater figure 8 puffers died. I believe this horrible snail is to blame. DO NOT BUY! (Ghost shrimp or cherry shrimp will do a wonderful job of eating algae.)
June 9, 2015