Read and study the sources about structure and processes of organisms. Then use the four sources and your knowledge of science to answer questions 6-10.
The Venus flytrap is an amazing plant. It developed unique external structures to capture prey. The plant mostly gets its nutrients from the gases in the air. However, the plant lures and traps insects. The "mouths" of the flytrap have soft hairs called cilia outside and inside. When a fly tickles the cilia, the leaves snap shut. Inside the leaf, digestive juices break down the soft parts of the fly. The hard parts of the fly are ejected from the leaf days later.