A lot pretty, a little creepy—this Venus Flytrap Fascinator is exactly the look we're going for this Halloween. Constructing this headpiece is less work than assembling a head-to-toe costume, but the look is still every bit as eye-catching. Watch the how-to video to see how it all comes together.
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Charles Darwin was fascinated with the Venus Flytrap and other carnivorous plants. How did such a thing arise through natural selection? Botanists Don Waller and Thomas Gibson of the University of Wisconsin, Madison believe they hav...
Charlie the Venus Flytrap dons a Santa hat, googly eyes, and a beard to celebrate Christmas in a video posted by its owner Kluna Tik. image via Kluna Tik via reddit
Writing for National Geographic, Carl Zimmer on the fascinating plants that eat animals. Like the Venus flytrap, "an electrical plant": When an insect brushes against a hair on the leaf of a Venus flytrap, the bending triggers a tin...
Have you snagged some headwear for your Halloween wedding? Maybe this red devil horns fascinator is the naughty-but-nice headpiece of your creepy dreams? We spied it over on Etsy and you can have it for your own.