Carnivorous plants

Carnivorous plants are also called insectivorous plants. (What’s with insectivorous? – an unimaginative biologist trying to come up with a new word or something?). Bet they never heard of the Nepenthes Rajah. It is known to prey on small reptiles and animals and has a ‘belly’ capacity of 3.5 litres. Here’s an image I found on the web.

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4 Comments on “Carnivorous plants”

  1. crubin says:

    I love this one! Of course, what does that say about me? 🙂

  2. Bob T Panda says:

    Really warped…I love it!


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