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The Venus flytrap is well known for its sensitivity towards ________.

  1. Touch
  2. Water 
  3. Gravity
  4. Light 

hintHint:

Venus fly trap is similar to touch-me-not or shame plant.

The correct answer is: Touch


    The correct option is a) Touch.
    Venus's flytraps are probably the best-known carnivorous plants. Its distinctive leaves have three highly sensitive trigger hairs on each leaf. These bristles react to the slightest touch. When a fly crawls on a leaf - by emitting an electrical signal that spreads rapidly across the leaf. If two signals are triggered within a short time, the trap will close within a few milliseconds.

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