If “eat” means “derive sustenance from” (since plants don’t “eat” in the animal sense), then yes, 4100+ species.
Some parasitic plants are the Rafflesia arnoldii and mistletoe.
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There are no strictly ‘herbivore plants’ but there are many, many species of parasitic plants that use the water and nutrients of other plants to sustain themselves. The parasitic plants uses a root called a haustorium to connect to the host’s xylem or phloem. There are over 4000 species of parastic plants from 19 families.
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