Screenshot Saturday - Venus Flytraps in Action

MikeSlugDisco

Community Manager
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#1
The Venus flytrap lives in nutrient-poor soil, so like many plants here in the swamp it must consume invertebrates to survive. The leaves are tipped with traps that exude nectar, attracting ants and flies. Trigger hairs on the inside of the trap cause it to snap shut when touched, effectively turning the traps into stomachs which then digest the prey.

 
#2
how will this work
because we know not to send ants to them
will it kind of be like food gathering in that we cant control what the ants grab but we can control how close they are to the food?
 

person111

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#3
how will this work
because we know not to send ants to them
will it kind of be like food gathering in that we cant control what the ants grab but we can control how close they are to the food?
Yes you can see that the ants are uncontrollable in the video because the player can’t control what leaves they go to
 
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