Power of mother nature's plants

Such a cool plant, cheers mother nature

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+22 1. mmmendal commented 8 years ago

Is that a burp sound effect at 2:35? :)
Cool plant indeed. I saw it in one of the local flower shops.
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+8 2. yajirou commented 8 years ago

Awesome. Totally something you need to have at home.
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+14 3. Atmo commented 8 years ago

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+6 4. majais commented 8 years ago

Oh those poor flies! :'(
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+17 5. Randyio commented 8 years ago

I want to see how it "resets" itself,
how does it get rid of the fly carcass?
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-10 6. mr-rex commented 8 years ago

power of "GOD"

power of 'the Creator"

????? ???? ??????
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+3 7. irishgek commented 8 years ago

Ya had one ....some one went and touched all its traps ...it died. Great for all of a week.

So be warned if you get one keep it out of the reach of drunk people.
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+3 8. huldu commented 8 years ago

Problem is the "soil" you get the plant with, it's pretty bad. Obviously they *need* insects to survive. As for the soil they want sand, moss, anything with low nutrient. Normal soil will kill the plant within weeks. I had one plant feeding on silverfish(have plenty of those...), it lived for many, many months. The cold killed it in the end, wasn't sure what type of climate it wanted.
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+2 9. Sakzzz commented 8 years ago

The cake is a lie !!!!!!!
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+9 10. Thanny commented 8 years ago

They aren't easy to keep. On the plus side, you can feed the plant ground beef, which is a kind of awesomely silly thing to do.

As for the fly husks, they'll be dried out and a stiff breeze will likely take care of them.
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+8 11. Natan_el_Tigre commented 8 years ago

We've missed you, Sir David Attenborough!
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+3 12. millybert69 commented 8 years ago

its resets itself by opening back up and leaving the previous dead fly as bait for more prey to feed apon but not eating who ever flys in next for the dead flys carcus its like self cleaning itself too
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+2 13. Oddi commented 8 years ago

When it shows the flies poor heads screaming help help! in fly language near the end..hilarious >:)