Well I dont think snails got such intelligence that they will be like '''Ahhh fresh air and some nice nature'' But as long as it is warm enough you could have them outside, just take a flowermister with you so you can keep them moist
I'm not dumb, I'm just having bad luck when thinking
i would not take any exotic snails outside before temperature is as ideal that what has to be in tank too, I don't want to risk them and I don't like to take snails out if I see that they are pregnant so I could with foot crush them if one start to lay but I still would wait they have layed them in tank. I like to take spraying bottle with me so snail won't dry out.
thanks guys well,seeing as i live in scotland,i cant see the snails actually getting outside anyway,isnt the best place for the sun,now if the snails loved the snow it would be a ldifferent story lol,but i live in hope of seeing some sun in the summer time :-)
If the temperatures are close to what they would be in the GALS's natural environment, it would be okay for them to be outside. I keep small snails found locally, not GALS; I protect mine from the extremes of cold and heat, otherwise I put their tanks outside in the shade.