The Innocent-Looking But Deadly Assassin Snail

At first glance, this bumblebee-striped snail may seem quite innocuous. Clea Helena (also known as Anentome helena) is endemic to the freshwater lakes, rivers and reservoirs of Southeast Asia. It grows up to 1.2 inches in length and can be found burrowing around in soft mud or aquarium substrate, waiting under the surface for approaching creatures with its mouth and feeding tube sticking out. Rather innocent-sounding, yes? Not quite.

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