A Venus Flytrap plant. It is a carnivorous plant. Scientific name Dionaea muscipula, this is a plant that supplements its soil nutrient intake with nutrients from digested bugs. The traps are triggered (in reality) by trigger hairs on the inside of the leaf. More than one hair must be touched in around thirty seconds for it to shut. The trap then snaps shut in an instant, trapping the hapless prey inside to be digested.
Separate traps can be opened and closed with AG's 1-8. I did attempt to program them to snap shut when something touches the inner leaf, so try experimenting with that.