Nepenthes rajah is a deceptively beautiful looking flower. It is a native to Mount Kinabalu and Mount Tambuyukon in Malaysia. It is a insectivorous plant and has a giant urn shaped trap. These urn shapes hold almost three liters of water and digestive fluid. The plant traps vertebrates as well as mammals such as rats, frogs, lizards and birds. The pitchers contain several other organisms which live in symbioses with Nepenthes rajah. There are two species of mosquitoes which cannot survive anywhere but only in the flower. The word rajah means King in Malay and Hindi language.
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