Only In Oz: Predator Plants
Southwestern Australia is a biological Shang-ri-la with more plant biodiversity than the Amazon rainforest. But in this area of ancient weathered soil, Stef Bendixsen also learns of a world turned on its head. A world where plants aren’t the bottom of the food chain but rather, are something the local fauna should be wary of.
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