A snail has about 25,600 'teeth'.

A snail has about 25,600 “teeth”.

Snails are always known to be extremely little organisms, though the largest among them is the African giant snail which roughly has 25,600 teeth.

The African giant snail only ever grows to a length of 11.8 in (30 cm) and a width of 7 in (18 cm). A snail’s mouth looks like a pinhead, but it possesses more teeth than any other animal on the planet. They are called radula and are minute in size. It is a herbivore that feeds on a variety of plant matter, fruits, and vegetables, as well as paper and cardboard. For calcium supplies for its shell, it eats sand, tiny stones, cadaver bones, and even concrete.