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Why do we collect and admire cps?! :()

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The reason i think we collect carnivorous plants is because we want what we can't have or want to admire to the fullest extent. Like cps we collect them to have them around us because we think they are DIFFERENT, UNIQUE, ONE OF A KIND and other plants just don't have that look or ability. so we try to make a habitat for them or make sure their water is right. All this effort is to keep our plant healthy and to keep on growing because we think they have a purpose in the earth evolutionary life so we want them to be like they were when they were firstĀ  found by explorers. perfect and aww droping looks so people as being people don't want to go to Borneo or Sumatra ECT we start to grow them and distribute them around the world so this beauty can be admired by many other people so we think back were did this plant come from. We see the other plants maybe of the same one and want to grow your plant the same or better and so we start wanting more knowing the self accomplishment we feel when they trap a bug or bloom. And to know that we have grown the plant the same as mother nature would in a remote spot in Borneo. And to be just a slave to the plant (LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS) making that dream plant always a year away. OR you just liked it and felt like having it around>!! :)
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