The giant sea snail would slowly travel the world a half a foot beneath the surface of the water. With a big enough shell to live in and a calm enough disposition to let you, they are perfect for people who prefer the nomadic lifestyle. It travels close to the shore to graze, wards off creepers and endermen with its venomous spit, and occasionally sings a soft, purring song. Both the outside and the inside of the shell can support stuff, but only 32 pounds of stuff before it begins to sink. They live on the planet Crab-legs and eat seaweed and crabs that go under them.