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*Please note, this blog post was originally published in The Inquirer and Mirror on August 11th, 2016 in the article series called Island Ecology. The Foundation’s Science staff will be regularly contributing to our local newspaper and reprinting articles here … Continue reading
Plants are remarkable at adapting to their environments and finding a way to survive in a seemingly impossible place. Carnivory in plants, the ability to consume insects and other organisms for necessary nutrients is one of those incredible adaptation. Carnivorous plants … Continue reading