We 'adopted' a tiny snail found in a bag of celery a few months ago and it has stayed close to our house for the summer- unusual shell marking so easy to monitor!
Now gone into hibernation in a plant pot full of soil which we disturbed and just wondering how to place it back in a correct position. I know they normally bury themselves and retract with a door of slime to protect them plus a tiny airhole etc.
Should we bury him just under the surface-how far? and in what position- an upright way as if it was crawling along with the shell facing up? The plant pot is close to a wall so guess some warmth gets through - cozy enough!