Venus Flytraps Eat Bugs!
World's Weirdest Plants
Triggering a Venus flytrap takes the lightest touch from an insect's wing or a spider's legs. Unlike many plants, the Venus flytrap doesn't only get nutrition from photosynthesis. Readers learn all about how the Venus flytrap draws in bugs to eat, as well as how they're digested by the plant. The main content includes science curriculum information such as plant structures, habitat facts, and other unique elements of this plant's life cycle. Fun fact boxes and full-color photographs provide readers with the juicy details of how the trap works and what it looks like in action.