Carnivorous plants do not eat people. Carnivorous plants trap protozoans and/or organisms and consume them for their nutrients. These plants typically grow where soil is deficient in the nutrients that most plants require. There are actually some societies in the US that are dedicated to the study of carnivorous plants, and Charles Darwin was the first to do an extensive study on these plants.
Carnivorous plants derive some or most of their nutrients from trapping and consuming animals or organisms, including insects and arthropods. In general, carnivorous plants grow in areas of thin soil or low-nutrient soil.
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