Underwater ‘Venus Flytrap’ Faces Extinction

The underwater Venus Flytrap plant which captures its individual food and mesmerized Charles Darwin could possibly be on the verge of extinction- because its own seeds can never be preserved.

The waterwheel plant functions similar to the aquatic Venus flytrap by grabbing water fleas as well as mosquito larvae, yet somehow might eventually perish as a result of habitat devastation.

At present scientists have determined that the conventional method of conserving under-threat plants- utilizing seed banks- is not effective for the waterwheel.

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