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Venus Fly Trap

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preeth kanamangala

on 8 October 2012

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Venus Fly Trap By:Preeth kanamangala The Venus Fly Trap is one of the most amazing plants in the world,
but it's also one of the most deadiest. The Venus Fly Trap is a carnivorous plant,
so it'll only eat small insects like flys or mosquitos, but we still don't know if they'll eat anything else. How the Venus Fly Trap works is
when a fly, or anything, sits on the Venus Fly Trap it triggers the plant's "sentitive hairs" & then the leaves snap shut. The Venus Fly Trap will only eat
small insects, but if anything bigger than a fly gets trapped it'll probably spit it out in a while & the same goes for things that aren't food. The Venus Fly Trap eats the soft part of their food & leave out the skeleton, which gets blown off by the wind, kind of the same thing we do, except they take about a week to digest! After a while the Venus Fly Trap will start to grow flowers on which are the very tiny pollen, about the size of this period. The flower grows away from the trap so that pollen doesn't get trapped. There still are some things scientists don't
know for sure, like how the plant snaps it's leaves, but what they do know is that it's one of the most mysterious plants ever.
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