Venus Flytrap

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by kkuechel
Last updated 6 years ago

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Science
Subject:
Botany
Grade:
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Venus Flytrap

Venus Flytrap plants grow in soils that are poor in nutrients.

Venus Flytrap plants catch and digest insects.

Venus Flytrap plants even catch and digest small frogs.

They catch insects and digest them for the nutrients that they cannot get from soil.

The Venus Flytrap plant, unlike most plants, actively seeks insects, not to pollinate, but to feed on!

It takes approximately 10 days for the Venus Flytrap to completely digest an insect, and reopen its trap.

Venus Flytrap

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