Carnivorous plant

 Insectivorous plants that live by gluttonous animals are hairy and infinitely fascinating.
  Unfortunately, environmental pollution is turning some insectivorous plants into “vegans.”
  Nepenthes is the general term for all species of Nepenthes. It is a tropical carnivorous plant and has a unique nutrient-absorbing organ-the insect trap, named after its shape like a pig cage. Nepenthes has small green or purple flowers, and the bottle-shaped body at the top of the leaf is a tool for preying on insects. The cap of the bottle body can secrete fragrance and attract insects. The mouth of the bottle is smooth, and the insects will fall into the bottle, drown by the liquid secreted from the bottom of the bottle, and decompose the nutrients of the insect body, and gradually digest and absorb it.
  Venus flytrap
  leaf of the Venus flytrap itself has tropism. The struggling of the prey stimulates the inner surface of the clip leaf to cause the clip leaf to grow inward, so that the prey is sealed in the clip leaf to form a digestive sac, which starts the digestion process for one to two weeks. Each clip-shaped insect trap can be used 3 to 4 times and will eventually lose its ability to close.
  Adilu Drosera
  Adilu Drosera Native to the mountains of Queensland, Australia, it is a tropical rainforest plant. It is a very exquisite and charming large drosera. It can grow up to 25 cm in diameter. Its reproductive capacity is very amazing. It is different from other drosera: Adidas When the pickle preys on insects, the leaves will not curl, but the glandular hairs next to it are close to the prey.
  Jindi Luo
  Jindiluo is a perennial herb that often grows on grassland in coastal areas or islands, or on wet rock and sand. The leaves are in the shape of a lotus on the flat ground, and the edges are covered with glandular hairs. When the insects fall in, the glandular hairs surround the insects, and the sticky glands stick the insects. The liquid secreted can decompose nutrients such as insect proteins. Absorbed by the leaves.