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Thread: Wierd Mutated Trap

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    Always cool to see. What I wonder though is how that trap managed to snag a fly...It almost seems that the trap wouldn't be able to sufficiently close.

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    Well donsjsu. if you figure out a way to continue growing out traps like that, and its a sustained mutation. (wishful thinking) We have to see about getting that jewel tissue-cultured for you!
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    thatt would be AMAZING! AHHHH that would be the best freaking VFT in the world!

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    Nice photo.

    Conjoined traps are not totally uncommon, but it's still fun when you get one
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    The trapped closed today. I don't know if it found another meal or jus a reflex. It doesn't seem like it can make a tight 'seal' when it closes.
    Or maybe it could be opening again



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