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Are the digestive acids in carnivorous plants dangerous to humans?


Are the digestive acids in carnivorous plants dangerous to humans?


An often-asked question, the answer is no unless you are an insect or lizard. If you stuck your finger in a pitcher plant (trying to avoid the corpses inside), nothing would happen. You would need to keep your finger in there for weeks to see anything happen but your body (still alive and healthy) would quickly replace any cells damaged by the plant.
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