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VENUS FLY TRAP
Transcript of VENUS FLY TRAP
It uses the leaf base to stop it self from moving.
WHERE VENUS FLY TRAPS LIVE
WHAT THEY EAT
Its trap has bristle like hairs.
The venus flytrap is a carnivore. They eat almost anything that crosses its path. If it is just a fly, The wax makes it stick so it can't escape. Then they wait until some thing comes to catch the fly and........ SNAP!!!!!!!!! They catch the creature. It takes twelve whole hours to reopen their hatch.
They live in boggy marsh lands in North and South Carolina. Because people are fascinated with these plants, They collect them and they are now becoming endanger. Venus fly traps now are being grown in greenhouses.
Venus fly traps have bristle like hairs in their trap. It works as its censors to feel its prey. It relies on these hairs as much as we do with our eyes. Like other plants it gets its nutrients from gases in the air and also from the soil in the ground. The venus fly trap has a leaf blade and a leaf base. The leaf blade is the trap part of the venus fly trap. The leaf base is the stalk. From the blade to the roots is the stalk.
It has a leaf blade and a leaf base which are parts of the body. Leaf blade is the trapping part of the venus fly trap. The leaf base is the long leafy part that connects the blade to the roots.
It takes up to one whole week to digest its food.
It has wax in its trap. (leaf blade)
It changes colour depending on the place its living in. If it doesn't match it's habitat it changes colour to the matching colour as it's surrounding.
It lives in the place that it is most likely to be camouflage.
The Mysteries of the venus fly trap.
Venus fly trap collecters corner.