At the Conservatory of Flowers, we saw one kind of carnivorous plant, the pitcher plant. Unfortunately, the Venus Fly traps were in a closed portion of the museum. I recently read about another carnivorous plant called the bladderwort. The bladderwort is one of the fastest bug-eating plants on the planet. It creates a vacuum that sucks bugs into their bladders which are tiny bags on their stems. Scientists were able to observe this with high-speed cameras.
And from the old-standby, David Attenborough for BBC One, the classic Venus Fly-trap (with some amazing sound effects!)
And the Cape Sundew:
If you’re interested in finding out more about carnivorous plants, check out this page from the International Carnivorous plant Society.