Last Updated on 16th March 2020 by admin
You might have around so many plants and flowers and appreciated their beauty. Also, you might have known the plant’s photosynthesis process but do you know we have some plants that take nutrients (not energy) by trapping animals or insects as well?
Yes, we have “Bug-eating plants” also known as “Carnivorous plants” that derive most of their nutrients by trapping crawling insects or flying insects. They use a few trapping mechanisms for the same. Their deadly clutches help them in this process. Usually, carnivorous plants grow in places where the soil is very thin and poor in nutrients.
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