I realise this isn't plant related as such but I have a few lands snail babies available if anyone is interested. I've just finished creating a self managing bio set up for mine. I've got grey tropical woodlice as cleaner critters. Peat or coir can be used as substrate among other things. An old fish tank or vivarium is suitable accommodation. They are reasonably cheap to set up and easy to keep. The eggs can be fed to carnivorous plants (after freezing them for a few hours to humanely neutralise them). Some people also feed the hatchlings to reptiles and fish such as skinks and cichlids. I find them quite therapeutic to watch and have set up a little woodland in their tank, with a few extras (trolls). Sad I know....
Message me if you're interested. There is a small charge of £1.00 each for the snails and postage (UK only). I can provide advice on set up etc.
Adult size is shown below.