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Cannibal Plants

Germany, 1954 (MIFF 1956, Nature)

Director: Dr. U. K. T. Schultz

Plants growing in moorlands allure, catch and destroy insects. There is a large variety of these plants and each kind is shown. We are left with a sense of wonder at nature's inexhaustible ingenuity.

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