Photo: The carnivorous sundew

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carnivorous plant

credit: Flickr user wsrehab

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Sundews are plants that feed on insects, which they lure using stalks covered in a thick sticky substance called mucilage. This substance gives the plants their common name, because the drops resemble morning dew.

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