I recall sending out that little red flytrap. It appears to have sawtooth-like cilia too! Should be a stunner when it gets older
Looking at your soil, it appears to not be evenly moist. Did you moisten it all thoroughly before putting it in the pot? Peat moss tends to be hydrophobic (won't take on water) without a lot of mixing to ensure it soaks it up. Once it does, you're good. But if it doesn't get thoroughly moist, there tend to be pockets of dryness throughout it.
One other thing...the plants appear to be potted just slightly too high in the peat. They'll probably be OK as long as they don't dry out, but would be better off if they were a bit deeper so that they could stay better hydrated until they're able to re-establish their root systems.
Leave the meat for our pet plants