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How do ladybugs catch their food?

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1. Hold a sweep net with both hands. 2. Position the sweep net so that it reaches the top part of the vegetation. 3. Move the sweep net in a 180-degree arc. Move it in a sweeping
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1 Get a piece of a desired morsel, for example, popcorn, etc . 2 Hold the small food in your dominant hand . 3 Keep your elbow close to your waist . 4 Raise your arm with your hand,
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Flies and insects are attracted to the Venus Flytrap's bright colours and scent. Once an insect/fly lands in one of the traps, tiny hairs will trigger the trap to shut in an instance
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