Where are Venus flytraps found?

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Venus flytraps are carnivorous plants that are largely found in North and South Carolina in the US. This is their native habitat but you can also find them in bogs and wetlands in other parts of the world such as northern Florida. It is also quite a rare plant to find in the UK because it cannot even tolerate mild winter.
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