Venus flytraps select their prey with caution.
The plant expends a large amount of energy gathering and digesting prey. As a result, Venus flytraps must carefully select victims before beginning the procedure. First, the plant must confirm that it has captured living prey. The trigger hairs within the Venus flytrap trap sense motion. If the plant detects movement after catching prey, it will reopen. The trapping device may have been actuated by a leaf, stick, or any other inanimate item. Venus flytraps also assess the size of their prey before consuming it. When the trap closes, it doesn't do it all at once. It begins with a semi-close stage. If the victim is a little bug, it will be able to flee right now. During the second step, the trap will close and the digesting p