A small fly buzzes around a plant with beautiful white flowers looking for a sweet snack of nectar. Slowly, the fly finds what it wants, and lands on the plant’s bright red leaves. Suddenly, as the fly enjoys its meal, the leaf snaps shut. The fly is trapped! The fly didn’t realize it had landed on a meat-eating plant! Can you believe there are plants that eat insects? Some can even trap small rodents and frogs. Author Nathan Aaseng tells you all about these amazing meat-eating plants, from how they trap their prey to what they like for dinner!
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