Scientists have found a uncommon vertebrate-eating plant in Ontario, Canada, that feeds on salamanders, in accordance with studies.

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Whereas some carnivorous crops are recognized to eat bugs, the bell-shaped purple pitcher plant or Sarracenia purpurea is the primary recognized in North America to devour amphibians, Newsweek reported. Scientists beforehand thought solely tropical pitcher crops ate vertebrates.

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The plant slowing digests its prey by drowning it in acidic fluid, Vice reported concerning the research printed within the journal Ecology final week.

A biologist from the College of Guelph first found the meat-eating plant final yr within the Algonquin Provincial Park. “There’s a conspicuous absence of vertebrate prey” in scientific information concerning the plant’s weight-reduction plan, a biologist wrote within the research. “Extra work wanted to be achieved.”

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Biologists have dubbed the wetland space “the little bathroom of horrors,” in accordance with Newsweek.

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