The Only Known Photograph of a CartSnail.
|Title||The Ancestor of the RocketSnail|
|Gender||Male or Female|
|Race||CartSnail (Casusdeorsumcollis cochleae (Latin for fall down hill snail)|
|Faction||It is Unknown if Any CartSnails still Exist.|
|Health||If they don't crash, all would be well.|
|Level||g = 9.86 m/s2 = 32.2 ft/s2 (acceleration due to influence of gravity, which means falling... in math.)|
Like any type of RocketSnail, a CartSnail does not move on its own, but instead relies on some sort of machine to get around.
This symbiotic relationship works fantastically with steam, jet-fuel, and nuclear energy.
Gravity, however, wasn't the most reliable.
A CartSnail cart had a steering wheel, so it could turn itself, but once it came to a halt, the CartSnail was forced to rotate a crank deep inside their vehicle until they reached a hill once more.
The Rite of Passage for a young CartSnail was the ability to go uphill under their own crank-driven power. Any CartSnail could go down, but only mature CartSnails could go up on their own. The crank is very heavy to turn.
Rumors state that one or two CartSnails are still alive, but none have been found.
- CartSnail carts, according to antique logs, were brown, and painted with red stripes.
- The only known picture of a CartSnail is in the Infobox on the top of this article. It's in Sepia Tone, the only type of photographing available in Olde Antarctica. Grayscale Tone came during Colonial Antarctica. Color was in Modern USA.