The remaining number of insect-eating Venus flytraps is less than 5 percent of its natural abundance, but it could win the protection of federal law. The plant grows wild only in the Carolinas.
The remaining number of insect-eating Venus flytraps is less than 5 percent of its natural abundance, but it could win the protection of federal law. The plant grows wild only in the Carolinas. File photo
The remaining number of insect-eating Venus flytraps is less than 5 percent of its natural abundance, but it could win the protection of federal law. The plant grows wild only in the Carolinas. File photo