Q. Does a venus fly trap have consumer that eats it?
Yes.In the their native area of the Carolinas, raccoons, squirrels, other rodents and birds can be predators of Dionaea muscipula (Venus flytrap). Some insects, like caterpillars, will turn from prey to predator when trapped in the plant, eating their way out of the trap.
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