In Borneo (the island that is largest in Asia) there is a plant called the Nepenthes. Shaped such as a water pitcher, the Nepenthes fills it self with irresistibly sweet and healthy nectar, making its gaping maw available for company.
Incredulously, the tiny critters of Borneo flock towards the defenseless Nepenthes, scuba diving in to gorge on its healthy stuffing. Nonetheless, by the right time they understand they canвЂ™t escape, it is too late. Soon, the Nepenthes, among the worldвЂ™s few plants that are carnivorous starts digesting them.