In Borneo (the biggest area in Asia) there is a plant called the Nepenthes. Shaped such as a liquid pitcher, the Nepenthes fills itself with irresistibly sweet and wholesome nectar, making their gaping maw available for company.
Incredulously, the small critters of Borneo flock into the defenseless Nepenthes, scuba diving in to gorge on their nutritionally beneficial filling. Nonetheless, by the right time they understand they canвЂ™t escape, it is far too belated. Quickly, the Nepenthes, one of several worldвЂ™s few carnivorous flowers, starts digesting them.