Can a venus fly trap eat ladybirds?
Yes because the Venus fly trap works with a trap that when something touches it, it closes so if a lady bird was to go in there then it would close. And considering a Venus fly trap has no scent then there is no reason why a lady bird wouldn't land and get trapped by a Venus fly trap. ANSWERED BY OLIVER QUINN
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