Roman snails have a high resilience adapting to live in various types of habitats as result of the different areas in which they dwell. They typically prefer open temperate forests and areas of hedges, vineyards, and bushes. Their habitats are mainly sites of chalk and limestone with wet and mild temperatures. In contrast, they avoid areas with direct sunlight or where precipitations are high. These snails are hermaphrodite, since they have male and female reproductive organs.