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Whats a venus fly trap?

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A carnivorous plant, which digests small insects by trapping them inside of its plant body.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_flytrap

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its a type of plant that traps and eats insects .

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a plant that eats insects for food

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a type of plant that eats bugs like flies

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it is a plant that eats bugs

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a venus fly trap is a plant that has a mouth that it catches flys in whenever its touched!

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A plant that traps and eats insects.

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It's a carnivorous greasy green plant. When it's mouth is open it looks like two bright red leaves. The plant gives off a scent and the "leaves's" color attracts flies. When the flies land in the plant and suck up the tasty juices, the plant waits for the right moment. Then, SPLAT! It shuts its mouth and traps the fly. The mouth stays closed and digestive juices flow onto the fly. The juices slowly dissolve the fly. It's really, really gross. I believe this is the only plant that attacks bugs.

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A plant that eats flies or anything that lands in it.

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A very creepy plant.

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An insect eating plant

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It's a plant

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