Most of the plants make their own food from sunlight and water. But some plants are also carnivorous and make insects their prey and get their food from them. But what if these plants are fed chilli.
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Do you know that there are many plants in this world which are carnivorous? You must have been shocked to hear this, but this thing is completely true. Many such species of plants are also found all over the world, which keep on looking for their prey like a predatory animal, but what if such a plant is fed chili? One such video these days social media fast on viral Happening. After seeing which you will surely be surprised.
Most of the plants make their own food from sunlight and water. But some plants are also carnivorous and make insects their prey and get their food from them. If a worm comes and sits on the mouth of this plant, then its mouth gets closed and it slowly sucks the worm and takes all the nutrients from inside it. But the video that has surfaced these days. In that a person fed chilli to this plant. In the video going viral, you can see that a person put red chili in the middle of the mouth of the non-vegetarian.
As soon as the red chilli was placed inside this plant, the plant closed its mouth considering it as a worm. Then as time passes, the plant starts drying up and eventually it turns completely black. It seems that red chilli did not suit the plant and chilli had the opposite effect on it.
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The reaction of the flycatcher plant given hot pepper over time. OMGpic.twitter.com/G7A7s14ZU7
— Figen (@TheFigen) July 25, 2022
This shocking video has been shared on Twitter by an account named @TheFigen. Till the time of writing the news, more than 17 lakh people have seen it. For your information, let us tell you that these plants are called Venus Fly Trap. Its leaves are divided into two parts and act like a door. There are hair-like fibers on the surface of both parts of the leaf, which close immediately upon touching and capture the insect inside. After fully digesting the worm, both the parts of the leaf open and wait for the second victim.