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 What Is a Great Sundew?

Answer A plant that thrives in the northern parts of the United States and in Canada, the great sundew is an interesting specimen. It eats bugs. Does this Spark an idea?
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Sundew Habitat?

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Sundew Facts?

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Sundew Plant Habitat?

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