You probably never use the term “moving at a snail’s pace.” Because you’re not a children’s TV show host or something. But you’ve HEARD the phrase. And now, for the first time ever, it actually has meaning.
Scientists at Exeter University just tested snails to figure out their REAL pace. They found snails can travel up to 82 feet in 24 hours. That translates to 3.42 feet per hour . . . or 0.00065 miles per hour. Now you know?