Did you know that there exist plant predators? They are called insectivores, as many of them eat it insects. Among plant predators are aquatic and semi-aquatic plants. These plants (and these include utricularia vulgaris, sarracenia, cephalotus mesoscopical) there are traps: hollow jugs, which are covered with sheet vinyl. Attracted by the smell of nectar and bright colors, the victim falls into a jug, can't get out, dies, decomposes, and the dissolved substances are absorbed by the plant.
Plant traps have caught insects, not waiting until the victim into a trap. For example, venerini flycatchers sheet consists of 2 wings with long teeth. When the insect just touch the thorns, the leaves begin to emerge, like a notebook, and hold prey. The sundews mechanism catching slightly different: these plants on the upper side of the leaves have tentacles that capture prey, and the sheet is bent at the edges, the victim is at the bottom of the folded sheet, where it has already been "waiting" digestive juices.
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