More than 600 species of carnivorous plants worldwide need sunlight, soil, water, and….. other living creatures to survive. They consume microbes, insects, and even rats or frogs! In the wild, these plants live in boggy places. Such an environment doesn't provide plants with many nutrients, so that's why they catch prey.
As a result of the evolutionary process, they have adapted to this lifestyle: they attract insects or little mammals with their bright colors and alluring scent. Also, they are equipped with real traps that can catch the prey and digest it.
But how to take care of them at home? By the way, not every carnivorous plant is suitable for home planting. You can choose between Venus flytrap, butterwort, cape sundew, spoon leaf sundew, and tropical pitcher plants.