Add salamanders to the list of things that pitcher plants will eat.
These carnivorous plants melt bugs with natural enzymes that could be harnessed to break down gluten.
Scientists are trying to figure out how the bladderwort is capable of inhaling its prey at over 600 times the force of gravity.
Resourceful Malaysians have discovered that pitcher plants are delicious when stuffed with rice. Nevermind that these plants eat insects, rats, and even lizards and birds.
Biologists discover that the pitcher plant will let ants feed for free... as long as they spread the word to all their other tasty ant friends.
Chris Field's timelapse 'Carnivora Gardinum' demonsrates the beautiful horror of insect-eating vegetation.
This is what passing the point of no return looks like.