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4 DEADLY Carnivorous Plants

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Here are four ingenious ways carnivorous plants catch their prey.

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Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2011) Ultra-fast underwater suction traps.
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Current Biology (2016) The Venus Flytrap Dionaea muscipula Counts Prey-Induced Action Potentials to Induce Sodium Uptake
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Scienceline: How Does a Venus Flytrap Work?
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International Carnivorous Plant Society
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Host, Writer, Animator, Editor
Anna Rothschild

Original Footage
©WGBH Educational Foundation 2016

Keep an Eye on this One/Another
Walk in the Park
Music Provided by APM

Bladderwort Footage
Courtesy Philippe Marmottant

Venus flytrap catching a fly
Sinclair Stammers/Science Photo Library

Cape sundew engulfing an insect
Francis Chee/Science Photo Library

Bladderwort Traps Prey Light Microscope
Thierry Berrod/Science Photo Library

Spider Trapped in Pitcher Plant
James H. Robinson/Science Photo Library

Sundew Fly Trap Plant
Pond5/GSMotion

Dead Insect Inside Pitcher Plant
Shutterstock/Roger de Montfort

Sarracenia Judith Hindle (4753019871)
Wikimedia Commons/David Eickhoff

Sunset in the Peat Bog (15684909747)
Wikimedia Commons/incidencematrix

AldrovandaVesiculosaHabit
Wikimedia Commons/Jan Wieneke

ByblisLinifloraHabitus
Wikimedia Commons/Denis Barthel

Darlingtonia californica ne8
Wikimedia Commons/NoahElhardt

Uk pond bladderwort2
Wikimedia Commons/Veledan

N. andamana
Wikimedia Commons/Marcello Catalano

Ile de Mahe - Plantes carnivores (3)
Wikimedia Commons/Remi Jouan

Common Bladderwort (3629436369)
Wikimedia Commons/Jason Hollinger

Common Bladderwort
Wikimedia Commons/pellaea

Drosera rotundifolia leaf1
Wikimedia Commons/Petr Dlouhý

Drosera Capensis eating a fruit fly
Wikimedia Commons/Scott Schiller

Pitcher Plants
Flickr/Dave Bonta

Sarracenia leucophylla
Flickr/Aaron Carlson

Sarracenia ‘Boob Tube’ x open-pollinated
Flickr/Aaron Carlson

Sarracenia oreophila x purpurea
Flickr/Aaron Carlson

Pitcher Plants..lots of them!
Flickr/vladeb

IMG_1757
Graeme Scott

Terrestrial shrew remains examined in

Nepenthes attenboroughii by Dr Alastair S Robinson
Wikimedia Commons/Alastair S. Robinson
Venus Fly Trap Eating Compilation Scott's Revenge On The Caterpillars
Wikimedia Commons/Scott Schiller

Dionea in action
Wikimedia Commons/Stefano Zucchinali

SFX

SFX

Cockroaches
Freesound/StateAardvark­
(used with permission from author)

Squeak Pack/squeak_10
Freesound/Corsica_S

Shuffling Cards
Freesound/robertwulfman

Wink
Freesound/bennychico11

Nord analog howling wind storm
Freesound/medialint

Sniff
Freesound/jrssandoval

Flying Mosquito
Freesound/zywx

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