Something is wrong with my adult Bradybaena similaris (Asian Trampsnail). Idk how this happened... as explained in my previous post, I tripped and sort of sloshed the tank nearly upside down, but I'm not so sure if that caused this or not.
1. He already had the little shell injury that loooks like a little dent (left side of pic 1) from several months ago. Nothing fell off, and he somehow fixed it himself/pushed the dent back out.. But tonight, I shot some dirt off his shell with water & saw two holes. They look pretty bad!
2. He already had a torn pneumostome. I have a few others with this too. Is it normal? Is it from egg laying? I never thought much of it, but it got a lot worse tonight. Lil guy had two snails his same size piggybacking on his shell and their weight would pull his shell, stretching it quite quite far! I saw his mantle (? the tissue in which the breathing pore is located) began to separate a bit from the shell's lip! That scared me!
He started doing something weird, like twisting his body strangely & crawling around the soil kinda funky. Like clumsy looking? A bit wobbly. When I put him on a hard surface he moved normal, but his trail was very watery! Also, this entire time, I didn't see him retract into his shell not once even when I pestered him like tapping his eye!
I don't want to make him endure suffering but I want to save him if possible! Can I fix any of these things?