There are about 195 species of sundew. These insect-eating plants have leaves covered with sticky hair-like growths. The sticky hairs trap insects and digest them. Then the insect’s nutrients are absorbed by the leaf. Sundews can even move to wrap around a trapped insect. The Cape sundew has long, thin leaves that roll up around trapped insects.
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- “Drosera capensis.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Available from:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drosera_capensis
- “Sundew.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Available from:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sundew
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