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When your salad eats you ... ahhhh ! Flesh Eating Plants found in Canada
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06-14-2019 11:08 PM

 




Post: #16
RE: When your salad eats you ... ahhhh ! Flesh Eating Plants found in Canada
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Hey Ghostie, check this out for a cutsie giggle.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuzLXxbGc4c

"World's Biggest Carnivorous Plant Catches Whole Sheep!"

The title is misleading technically - but hey - the narrator makes it funny. Funny accent to boot.
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06-14-2019 11:19 PM

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RE: When your salad eats you ... ahhhh ! Flesh Eating Plants found in Canada
The Ghost Of LOP  Wrote: (06-14-2019 10:31 PM)
Flesh-eating pitcher plants living in a bog in Canada have for the first time been spotted regularly feasting on salamanders.

The carnivorous plant – also known as a “turtle sock plant” – was previously believed to feed almost exclusively on spiders and small insects who fell into their bell-shaped leaves and drowned in small pools of water. When researchers found creatures like rats and frogs in pitcher plants they assumed it was an accidental one-off.

However, biologists from the University of Guelph found these plants regularly devour young spotted salamanders, which they can digest in less than two weeks.


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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/scien...58741.html
Actually they should feed the plants with pizza or something to save the small little poor creatures.


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