Tentacle Thursday: Cape Sundew

Yeah, that’s right. Carnivorous plants have tentacles too. Pictured above is a feeding cape sundew (Drosera Capensis), covered in deep red, glistening, sticky, mucus-tipped tendrils. Aren’t you glad it’s not larger?

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