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Hi all new here so not sure if I'm even posting in the correct section. With an oyster bracelet I have on a watch is it normal to be able to bend the links backwards with them catching slightly? [assume the centre links rub] I assume this is just due to tight tolerances. I'll try and show below on my photos so it makes more sense. I don't really wear bracelets up to this point but this is super comfy this one. The picture below shows what I mean just slightly resistance to do it. View attachment 16035256
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I believe insectivores are part of Kingdom Animalia
Well, except for the insectivores in Kingdom Vegetabile.

(Although, there used to be an Order Insectivora, but that didn't include ants either.)
There's Kingdom Plantae, never heard of - or it referred to as - Kingdom Vegetablie
Technically, Regnum Vegetabile, per Linnaeus
And a plant like the venus flytrap is an insectivore it can also be considered a carnivore.
You may have watched Little Shop of Horrors one too many times. ;)
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