While there are many known species of carnivorous plants that use insects, frogs and even small mammals to supplement the nutrients they need to grow, none have ever been found to trap their prey beneath the ground.
What does CP stand for?
CP stands for Carnivorous Plants
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Nepenthes robcantleyi, one of the biggest carnivorous plants ever seen, took pride of place at the Chelsea Flower Show for five years.
They all catch their food, they are all carnivorous plants.
With cyanide-eating lemurs, cannibalistic frogs, carnivorous plants, tunneldigging chameleons and house-proud flycatchers, this second episode of the natural history series about one of the most intriguing wild places on Earth, features an amazing array of Madagascar's wildlife.
Rice is an expert on carnivorous plants at Sierra College's Rocklin campus in California.
Nutrient limitation and stoichiometry of carnivorous plants.
An additional list names all of the more than 120 waterways in the general area and short nature essays acquaint the paddler with the wildlife of the region including animals, insects and even carnivorous plants.
Less than one in five (18 per cent) knew the sundew, one of the UK's few carnivorous plants, was found here and less than four out of 10 (39 per cent) knew great crested newts were native to this country.