Tasmanian Snail Art, Bay of Fires, East Coast, Tasmania

Tasmanian snail art photo. Artistic snail trails made in the sand on black rocks by common Tasmanian snails: Austrocochlea Brevis and Austrocochlea Constricta. Found in a tide pool in the Bay of Fires on the East Coast of Tasmania.

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“How many are your works, O LORD! In wisdom you made them all; the earth is full of your creatures. There is the sea, vast and spacious, teeming with creatures beyond number–living things both large and small.” (Psalm 104:24-25)

The Tasmanian snails Austrocochlea Brevis and Austrocochlea Constricta get the credit for making this lovely piece of natural artwork in a tide pool along the Bay of Fires in northeast Tasmania. My dad gets the credit for discovering it. All I did was photograph it.