The incredibly rare snail named Jeremy - whose shell spiralled from left to right has died - it has been announced.
He lived at the University of Nottingham who were doing research into his genetic mutation.
They wanted to see if there could be a link between the rare snail and the left and right sides of human bodies and brains.
But his love story has been beset by disaster as two of the snails who were found for him ended up mating with each other!
Then just last week 56 babies were finally born - a third of which are thought to have been fathered by him.
But in a tragic twist of fate - he passed away shortly after their birth.
The babies all have right coiling shells, proving that in the case of these mutant snails, two lefts make a right - at least in the second generation.
Dr Angus Davison, who looked after Jeremy said,
Jeremy’s shell has been preserved for the University’s natural history collection.