Very few plants are known to eat meat. The most famous of these is the Venus flytrap. However, all known carnivorous plants eat only insects. However, a strange cryptid from Central and South America is known as the Ya-Te-Veo--and it's a massive, man-eating tree.
Appearance & DescriptionEdit
The Ya-Te-Veo has a short, brown trunk or stem. Instead of branches, however, the Ya-Te-Veo has long, waving tentacles. These are used to grab the plant's prey--humans, livestock, any large animal.
As mentioned above, there are carnivorous plants. However, none of them have anywhere near the size or mobility the Ya-Te-Veo has. The Ya-Te-Veo is probably what it seems--a carnivorous tree.