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If I see carnivorous plants in the wild, can I take one?


If I see carnivorous plants in the wild, can I take one?


No. Most carnivorous plants are endangered for this reason alone. In fact, the Venus Fly Trap will probably go extinct in the wild within 20 years due to poachers looking to sell the world-famous carnivorous plant to tourists. If you see them in the wild, take pictures and leave them be.


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