A highly adored and aesthetically pleasing plant, the Venus flytrap is a unique plant that has sparked interest time and time again. What makes this endangered plant so unique is not only the fact that it is carnivorous, but also the way it looks and how it's traps work. It 'eats' insects and sometimes even small frogs that become trapped in its modified, toothed leaves. If the prey struggles, the trap will close even tighter. Great to grow indoors and in containers, it is easy to grow in light, but not direct sunlight and with distilled or filtered water. It is definitely a great unusual addition to your garden or home.