carnivorous plant

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carnivorous plant

[kär′niv·ə·rəs ′plant]
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All meat-eating plants use chemicals to dissolve their victims.
Meat-eating plants typically grow in wet places with poor nutrition but plenty of sunlight.
Farin and Jeff Dallas, who started the business in 1995 by selling plants at the Portland Saturday Market, say they have created a loyal following of collectors and growers of meat-eating plants throughout Oregon and beyond.
It's your job to help Fred fend off Stone Age baddies such as mammoths, snakes and weird meat-eating plants. You can either crush them with giant Bronto Burgers or whack them with a club.