Carnivorous Plant Time Lapse: Cape Sundew (Drosera Capensis) "eating" a Fruit Fly
A wonderfully-interesting carnivorous plant, the sticky "tentacles" attract and catch flies and other bugs.
Contact triggers a curling reaction, where the plant wraps up its prey and eventually digests and absorbs the victim's nutrients.
This scene was about 4 hours in real-time, while I was working in the morning.
Made with a Canon SX100IS + CHDK.
Also see this 2010 version, using offspring of this plant.