brantgoose: It's actually a sundew plant but I've never seen one like it.The plants I saw in Fundy National Park, which has a bog you can walk through on wooden walks, were about an inch, an inch and half high and had the bait on tiny stalks, while this plant looks larger and has "dew" drops on its branches.
fusillade762: At present, 3,597 species are listed as "endangered" on the ministry's Red List of critically threatened Japanese wildlife, but there are no legal restrictions on catching or trading them.So what's the point of the list then?
skinink: "This thread needs more of Audrey's BOOBS!"[shoeboxcomics.webs.com image 850x478]
zimbach: As said by others before, this is clearly a variety of sundew, yet the article describes it as a pitcher plant, something entirely not a sundew.
BarkingUnicorn: It's a sundew, not a pitcher plant as TFA claims.
HotWingAgenda: The Environment Ministry plans to add 600 rare plant and animal species subject to conservation to the current list of 90 by 2030, its officials said Friday.Amid criticism from environmental groups that conservation efforts are lagging, 300 plants and creatures will be listed by 2020 and another 300 over the following 10 years via the law for conservation of endangered species of wild fauna and flora, they said.Are they going to add species that actually exist, or sacks of bullshiat "new species" like the subject of TFA?
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