Food for Thought

One doesn’t normally find a frog inside a pitcher plant. They are carnivorous. They survive by attracting insects which fly in and land and can’t get out and then get digested by the fluids and bacteria in the plant. So, is this one smart frog –  or is it a frog in trouble?

Photo courtesy of US Fish & Wildlife Service

About Howard Meyerson

After more than 30 years in the outdoor writing business, you would think I'd know better.
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2 Responses to Food for Thought

  1. searunner says:

    Ha! Good question. Maybe pitcher plants are evolving at an alarming rate….


  2. Symbiosis mabye…


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