Some carnivorous plants include pitcher plants, sundews, Venus fly traps, and bladderworts. They typically eat insects and sometimes amphibians.
Most carnivorous plants eat insects, so do not worry about something along the lines of “Little Shop of Horrors” with the man-eating plant. Flytrap variants produce a chemical inside their “mouths” that smells sweet to their prey insects. When the insect lands inside to get at the sweet smell, little feeler hairs on the inside of the “mouth” react to the insect and cause a reflex that closes the opening, trapping the insect inside and beginning a slow digestion process. Because of public fascination with some of these plants, a few have become endangered due to removal from the wild.
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