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Bear's survival guide

Loves eating famous Beetles

Bear stars in the famous TV series 'Plant vs. Wild'. From cliff jumping and ice swimming to eating all kinds of small insects, he is a fearless survivalist ready to take on BC's wilderness. About his crazy adventures, Bear has told us many fascinating stories like that time he ate a red beetle in Costa Rica which gave him a terrible stomach bug (ha!). He says insects are not only nutritional but delicious! Kudos to you Bear! For us its a maybe, with maybe meaning NO way, of course.

pot has a diameter of 5 cm
Constantly wet soil, so lots of water needed
Once a year
8 cm tall, including pot
Bright, indirect light
Not toxic
Flies please! Yumm

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What makes Bear so special

The Venus flytrap is a carnivorous plant that you can take care of with ease. Before you start thinking what and how to feed Bear, it's important that you treat him like any other plant. Bear prefers a well lit spot with a couple of mists every week. Be mindful that these plants like their feet wetter than most plants as they live in moist boggy environments. A constantly moist soil is a must. These plants are also specifically prone to what is in the water so use filtered water or rain water! Now, Bear can go for a month or two without eating any insects, but we recommend that you feed him every so often. You can do this by placing him outside for a couple of days a week in summer or by feeding him dried mealworms or some small flies if they happen to be buzzing around! NomNomNom!

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