Patience and Perseverance is a virtue that we should often practice. If you studied your animal kingdom, you would know that snails are one of the slowest creatures to have ever lived in the whole world. It moves on an average of 0.013 m/s. It's that slow.
In this video, an expedition caught one of the most interesting and fascinating videos in the sea world. Burrowing deep (well not so deep) in a hole is a predator awaiting it's prey. The snail had lady luck on it's shell.
The Benthic Fish, the prey, perhaps sensed a slow movement and is awaiting his lunch or dinner as of the moment.
Unbeknownst to the other creatures, a midwater fish glides in front of it and well.. you know the rest.
Brutal. Just Brutal.
Although the snail had luck on its side by staying alive after the ordeal, it still had a HOLE lot of problems to encounter.
See full video below: