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Native carnivores may be at risk, but why are they so important?

What do bat homes, insect evolution, and non-stick pans have in common?

New research from Curtin shows a group of snappy group of plants may be at greater risk than we’d thought.

We’re talking to restoration ecologist and lead researcher from Curtin University, Dr Adam Cross, about what his team found.

This is carnivorous plants like you’ve never seen them.

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Tod Johnston
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