Turbo snails are a great way to go when cleaning algae. However they are recommended in fowlr tanks because they are extremely clumsy and could irritate corals. Some turbo snails do not have a large body so they can flip themselves back up if they fall on their back. That is your job to save them. Mexican turbo snails sometimes have a large enough body to flip themselves back up. Like all snails, they will climb out of rimless tanks. And if you don't have algae, snails will starve, they are not for decoration. They need care like fish and coral do. If you have a dump or refugium filter, they would define in there, because in most of these filters, there is algae. My recommendation is to keep these snails either in frag tanks, although they may irritate some corals, like candy canes, or in fowlr tanks for algae cleanup. Triggerfish, parrotfish, and any other types of fish with teeth will eat snails. That is why I can't have them in my 36. I have a small humu trigger. That is how I almost lost my beautiful maxima clam. You can also keep them in a live rock tank with a sand bed for a huge assortment of snails, which is kind of fun if you ask me. Just remember, snails are not meant for decoration, you need to take care of them.