Venus has specially designed leaves that serve as natural traps. These
leaves are covered with colorful, sticky stuff
that attracts future meals. When a critter gets
on the leaf, it gets stuck and the leaf closes
to trap the prey.
juices digest the trapped critter. Venus has a
good meal, and the leaf opens to do more
trapping. This is a curious feeding habit for
something that looks so beautiful innocent and
rock can be put into one of the trapping leaves.
When it finds out the rock cannot be digested,
the leaf opens again to wait for a real meal.
How does this curious plant have the sense to
know the difference? She has no brain to control
her sophisticated trapping system.
How does she know when her meal
is finished? Is this a critter plant?
She is just another
miracle in Gods third day of creation.