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Many animals eat plants, but did you know some plants eat animals? Jessi and Squeaks explore some of their favorite meat eating plants! ———- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome products over at DFTBA Records: Or help support us by becoming our patron on Patreon: ———- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: Twitter: Tumblr: Instagram: SOURCES: – 5 awesome carnivorous plants – carnivorous plants – bladderworts Images: Sweet crunchy carrots are a home-grown favorite of adults and children alike. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydrophonics plants techniquesHow plants grow for kidsGardening with Children: How to grow plants from a pipsimple indoor wooden wall hanger| indoor wall hanging idea | with money plantsDiy Idea for Hanging Plants Indoor / Vertical Gardening Ideas / Wall Gardens / Diy Garden IdeasVertical farming – motion plastic components help plants grow indoors!

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  • usha taj 4 years ago

    Guys at 1:48 it it's the part is like spiders

  • Tyrannosaurus aegyptiacus 423 (Dinofan15) 4 years ago


  • elgie tan 4 years ago

    my farotite meat eating plant is the sundew

  • Aftab Alam 4 years ago

    nice videos

  • ! Multiverse172 ! 4 years ago

    I have a hole garden of those planrs

  • ryufan13 4 years ago

    wish i had this when i was a kid :(

  • Don MIller 4 years ago


  • ShadeSlayer1911 4 years ago

    I'm loving this series, even as an adult, mostly cuz it brings back nostalgia of a kid watching science shows on TV. I just enjoy efforts to get kids to be more interested in science. 

  • Chibihugs 4 years ago

    I teach English in South Korea and occasionally science, too. My high level 2nd grade students really love these videos. Thanks a bunch.

  • Daniel Dell 4 years ago

    This channel is great, it has an awesome opportunity for teaching.

    One thing though, Jessi and SciShow Kids, please slow down. If you are worried about holding kids attention spans, your content alone can do it, without going so fast (The blobfish episode is a good pace – and it's only slightly slower). All the other nerdfighter channels don't go quite this fast, and their primary audience isn't children.


  • watts300 4 years ago

    Bladderworts?? Crazy. I've never heard of those. Good episode and animations. 

  • Kevin Yee 4 years ago

    This is great

  • Evelyn Larson 4 years ago

    Just to be clear, the plants still go through photosynthesis and still take nutrients from bugs? Or just eat bugs?

  • Alanna R. 4 years ago

    I totally forgot it was supposed to be for little kids halfway through, this was really interesting! I only knew a few of these.

  • Joel C 4 years ago

    Awesome!! my 4 year old some loved the graphics, he did ask "daddy why does that girl talk so fast?" may want to slow down and talk a bit slower if he is in the demographic you are hoping to reach 🙂 thanks for the great info!

  • SkullCollectorD5 4 years ago

    Why the suggestive fast food themes? I've noticed this with a lot of CrashCourse and SciShow Kids episodes, and it's bugging me a lot more than it should.

    The way I perceive these interjections and comments about hamburgers, chicken nuggets or chips ('french fries' for you across the pond) is either telling everyone that children only consume fast food, or indeed should do so. Remember, you're not showing these to adults as a target group, but children, who are prone to give in to suggestive comments, be they ever so subtle. It might just induce a sudden craving for the stuff, or rather confirm that their current diet is all right (even though, in this case, you talked about dietary variety and vegetables a great deal, which is cool).

    Just my couple of cents.

  • Pia Kroner 4 years ago

    My 4 year old absolutely loves your videos! She's loved sci show for a while now but was really excited when sci show kids came out! She hasn't missed a single one and watches them over and over! If you're looking for suggestions for future videos, my daughter is really into anatomy and would love to see some on here :)

  • zoeyvlogsify 4 years ago

    My nephew was interested in science and always asked me questions about planets and science. Once I introduced him to this show he fell in love. He's only 6 years old and he's learning so much from your videos. Thank you! 

  • culwin 4 years ago

    I'm 40 and I didn't know about bladderworts

  • bluefox99887 4 years ago

    I'm really digging Sci Show Kids! Hopefully it'll still be around when I eventually have kids, so I can show it to them, but, until then, I'll enjoy it myself. A college student watching a science show meant for children? No shame. 😉
    Keep up the good work Jessi! :D

  • sananabRew 4 years ago

    this is not true. you can grow carrots 3-5 weeks before the last frost

  • alex ca 4 years ago

    thank you Burpee….

  • cupcake rookie 4 years ago

    Thanks this helped me out a lot

  • Windyone Gaming 4 years ago

    can i plant carrots that have been in the fridge? thanks for you help! :-)

  • Megálos Epitychia 4 years ago

    good place to plant. not like here in urban areas. -_-

  • GOH BOMBA 4 years ago

    My method of growing wont work cos the soil not so good thank for the videos

  • Protectron28 4 years ago

    How the fuck did I get here?

  • TWoLFNation 4 years ago

    Great video. going to try my hand at growing some carrots this year.

  • Sewing4Christ 4 years ago

    Yes thanks so much for your videos.