These plants are popularly known as tropical pitcher plants, or monkey cups. They grow naturally in the tropical regions of Asia, predominantly Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, and New Guinea.
Indigenous to Southeast Asia, nepenthes pitcher plants are found in the wilds of Madagascar, Malaysia, Indonesia, South China and the Philippines. You can also find these intriguing carnivorous plants in sections of both Australia and India. The shape and structure of the pitcher plant is distinctive with the pitcher cup, peristome and ribs section of the plant being its most standout feature.
Pitcher plants are carnivorous plants which trap food by means of a pitfall trap built into them through evolutionary design. They can be found in both of the Americas as well as Africa, Asia, and Australia, and usually grow in bogs, marshlands, and green houses are going to improve our value of life.
"Nepenthes alata" or winged pitcher plant, which is an endemic plant of Philippines. It's one of the most famous & carnivorous pitcher plants. Many people may find these harmless plants a little bit scary but I think they are quite marvelous.
Carnivore Death by seduction.. This is a carnivorous pitcher plant of the genus Nepenthes, which are found around south east asia and the indian ocean. Insects and others are lured to their death tempted by a good meal, only to become one. The pointy red bits are called 'teeth'. :)