Carnivorous plants are a fascinating group of plants that have evolved to capture and digest prey in order to obtain nutrients that are not available in their environment. These plants are found in a variety of habitats, including bogs, swamps, and wet meadows. Carnivorous plants use a variety of methods to capture prey, including sticky hairs, suction traps, and net-like structures. They then digest their prey using enzymes and absorb the released nutrients. Examples of carnivorous plants include the Venus flytrap, pitcher plant, sundew, and bladderwort.