No, Venus flytraps do not live in the Amazon rainforest. Venus flytraps (Dionaea muscipula) are native to the southeastern United States, specifically the coastal plains of North and South Carolina. The Amazon rainforest, on the other hand, is located in South America, primarily in Brazil, Peru, Colombia, and surrounding countries. While there are many interesting and unique plant species in the Amazon rainforest, Venus flytraps are not among them.
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