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Slugs are any mollusk in which the shell is reduced to an internal plate or is completely absent. They have a head with two eyestalks that allow for vision. They also have a pair of tentacles under their eyestalks that act as sensory organs.
Slugs are her maphrodites but must find a mate to exchange sperm for reproduction. They lay batches of gelatinous, watery eggs in moist crevices.
Most slugs are omnivores and eat a varied diet including vegetation, fungus, and animal waste.
Slugs can cause problems in the garden by eating leaves, stems, flowers, and bulbs. Severe slug feeding can injure plants, especially seedlings.