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1 April, 06:25

The Venus flytrap is a plant that lives in wetland ecosystems that do not have nitrogen-rich soils. To make up for the lack of nitrogen in the soil, this species captures insects and digests them to obtain the nitrogen it needs. The ability of these plants to capture insects is an example of

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  1. 1 April, 08:20
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    Oh come on i came here to get an answer not answer it
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