Venus Flytraps are really interesting plants to keep. Not just that they have moving part, it actually behaves like a pseudo-animal

They eat like an oppurtunistic animal and requires as much water as a normal plant. Waste management is only a matter of releasing carbon dioxide; no solid waste and not even pungent methane.

When even your domestic cat may fail in catching a mouse, your venus still catches its prey.

For those looking for low investment and high returns, look no further than a VFT. Your local horticuture society will not also make you accountable for a whithered VFT, nor will you be star of tabloid for it.

That much said, I am sure you care for your pet as much as your would-be pet plant.

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