Almost everyone who keeps an aquarium for an extended period of time will encounter aquarium snails. Aquarium snails are often considered pests because they can quickly overpopulate an aquarium and contribute to waste in the water column. There are several species of aquarium snails; they commonly come in on aquarium plants or are added on purpose to control algae growth.
Regardless, you may have to remove dozens of snails from your aquariums, and doing so by hand can be a bit daunting. Controlling snails with poison or predators is often unrealistic in an aquarium setting. That’s where the Dennerele snail catcher enters; it works surprisingly well to help you gather excess snails out of tanks.
Take a look for yourself: