Which is the flower that eats human beings or other animals?
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There are a few that are carnivorous. I have never heard of one eating a man. They are usually normal flower-sized.
The fly-trap of the venus flytrap and the pitcher of the pitcher plant are both modified forms of leaves, not flowers. Its true though that these plants usually grow in nitrogen poor soils so need to feed on insects as a source of nitrogen for proteins and other compounds. There are some mosqiutos though that take advantage of the nutritious broth of digested insects inside a pitcher by laying their eggs in that soup and their larvae (obviously resistent to the enzymes) lavishly grow in the pitchers.
There are a few that are carnivorous, but I have never heard of one eating human beings.
some that I know are:
hope that helps!!!
I second Ronin: Venus fly trap and the Pitcher plant.
Remember that insects are animals too!
It has been strongly suggested that Venus fly traps and pitcher plants eat insects because the soil they live in has little nitrogen. Nitrogen is needed to build things like DNA and proteins that a plant needs and, naturally, nitrogen comes from protein. Insects are a great source of protein, and thus nitrogen. So to get the nitrogen they need, some plants eat insects.
However, I've never heard of a plant that eats humans. There are certainly plants that are toxic to humans.
umm... no such thing that I know of... maybe you're thinking of the fly trap plant that catches flies?
It exists in the show "Little Shop of Horrors". Not in real life, at least as far as humans are concerned. Venus flytrap, sundews, and pitcher plants can eat insects, tho.
No one plant eat Human. But
Carnivorous plants (sometimes called insectivorous plants) are plants that derive some or most of their nutrients (but not energy) from trapping and consuming animals or protozoans, most focusing on insects and other arthropods. Carnivorous plants usually grow in places where the soil is thin or poor in nutrients, especially nitrogen, such as acidic bogs and rock outcroppings.
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While there are several species of plants that eat insects, man-eating plants are just legends.
Carnivorous plants have long been the subject of popular interest and exposition, much of it highly inaccurate.
A large man-eating tree consumed a young woman in Madagascar in 1878, as witnessed by Dr Carl Liche, or so he reported in the September 26, 1920 issue of The American Weekly. The woman was supposed to have been a member of the Mkodos, a 'little known but cruel tribe'. The woman was pictured in an accompanying artwork. In 1925 the same paper offered another carnivorous plant story, of a tree species on Mindanao, in the Philippines. There is no evidence that either of these plants is more than a fanciful story.
there is no such plant could eat a human being but it could eat insects. such plants would be called a venus flytrp.
venus fly trap