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For some plants, the best nutrients aren’t always in the soil—but in juicy bugs.
Pitcher Plants have deep, liquid-filled chambers just waiting for a flying meal to wander in.
Sundews have another solution—a sticky substance on the end of long tentacles that catches insects.
Venus Flytraps have leaves split into two parts (like a mouth) that snap shut if an unsuspecting bug decides to peek in.