- Artist: François Sockhom Meye
- Title: Nepenthes rajah on the slopes of Mount Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo
- Description: Known as the ‘king pitcher plant’, Nepenthes rajah produces the most voluminous traps of all carnivorous plants. It has a mutualistic partnership with summit rats, which lick nectar from the pitcher lids, but if the rats slip, they can be caught and killed within the plants’ enormous pitchers!
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