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Carnivorous Plants Thrive in Wet Deserts.

Most plants can’t survive in waterlogged soils known as “wet deserts.” However, carnivorous plants have adapted to get the nutrients they need by trapping and dissolving insects. Unlike most plants, they do not draw nutrients from the soil up through their roots. Instead, the roots of carnivorous plants are merely used to draw in water and keep the plants anchored in place.

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