🌿 Learn EVERYTHING about the VENUS FLYTRAP and other CARNIVOROUS plants 🐲 What do they eat? Where do they live? 🐲 Are they dangerous? 🌿

Venus flytrap habitat is the longleaf pine habitats in two regions of the Carolinas, the Coastal Plain and Sandhills. Venus flytrap habitat is the longleaf pine habitats in two regions of the Carolinas, the Coastal Plain and Sandhills. In the Coastal Plain where it is more common, Venus flytrap occurs in wet loamy pine savannas and sand pine savannas. These habitats are normally flat with wet or moist soils. The Venus Flytrap is threatened due to overcollection, habitat destruction, and fire suppression. As you know they are plants, and not animals as something. They get their energy from the sun in a process called photosynthesis. It digests insects and arachnids to get nutrients that are not available in the surrounding environment.