As an experiment, this man decided to let a venus flytrap digest his finger for an entire day. First, he shows us how a venus fly trap reacts when it catches a bee. RIP to the bee. Next, he tapes the flytrap around his finger so that he doesn't have to sit next to the plant all day. After 6 hours, this brave man removes his finger from the plant and reveals the end result to us.
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