Breeding patterns may explain why most snails coil to the right

05/21/2013 | ScienceMag.org

Researchers have found that the vast majority of snails coil to the right. Only 5% of the more than 55,000 snail species studied were found to be sinistral, or left-coiling. Scientists say breeding practices among many snails prevent them from mating with sinistral snails, which could lead to their extinction.

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