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Venus flytraps translate touches from potential prey into electrical waves. 00:38
As a captured insect struggles inside a Venus flytrap, its motions trigger the plant to release digestive enzymes. 01:15
The Venus flytrap recognizes and consumes prey by "counting" the number of times its touch-sensitive hairs are stimulated. 02:13
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