The snail has been on the endangered species list since 1989, but the population has been stable more than ten years.
Making it no longer considered endangered.
Wildlife experts said they made great strides to get the snail off the list. For example the lodge on Mount Magazine, was built on the opposite side from where the snail lives, in order to keep it safe.
"It's a success story," said Chris Davidson the endangered species coordinator for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. "A good story that shows the endangered species act is working and we can recover species that are difficult to recover."
Even though wildlife experts said the tiny snail might not be as charismatic as an animal like the bald eagle, they consider this a major victory.