[ mˈɒmɒtəs], [ mˈɒmɒtəs], [ m_ˈɒ_m_ɒ_t_ə_s]
How to use "Momotus" in context?
The momotus is a unique medium-bodied land snail that is endemic to Hawaii. The Momotus is a endangered species, with it being estimated that only 2500 individuals are left in the wild. The Momotus snail is one of the snails that is classified as a gastropod. The Momotus snail has a slender, cylindrical body with its Mouth at the top and a spiral staircase-like foot that secretes a sticky mucous secretion to adhere to rocks or tree trunks. The Momotus snail is unique in that it has a double shell, one defense from predators and the other from the environment.
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