These stunning plants all have one thing in common: A taste for blood
from The Washington Post
Somewhere along the evolutionary timeline of bog-dwelling angiosperms, the plants gathered together and decided they wouldn’t take it any longer. No more would insects see plants as the ultimate salad bar. The time had come to fight back. The time had come for the plants to start eating the bugs. All right, it may not have been that cinematic.
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