Welcome everyone to DID INC's horticultural discussion of Stickist Wrapicus, also known as the "Sticky Vine"
Here we have our safari girl subjects :
as they demonstrate against their will the feeding habits of this amazing plant creature!
Our subjects thought it would be a lovely day for a picnic, just outside the compound of DID INC. The subjects are full of joy and delight and don't appear to be aware of their situation. Amazing! Look as they are coiled by constricting, hollow vines, and struggle. Oh, it appears the flower of the vine has finally blossomed. Just look at that lush red inside! With vines constricting softly and yet tight against their flesh, please notice the sticky ooze flowing from the crevices of the vines. You see as the vines constrict their prey they rupture and more vines use the sticky sap as a means to ensure a tight fit for its prey.
It appears that the vine has decided to secure its meal differently then the other plants. How fascinating! It looks like the cute dark brown-haired girl was chosen to be devoured feet first. Oh, look at her struggle inside the pedal. We must not interfere. Though we all see they struggle, this is mother nature. Oh look! What an interesting turn for the light browned girl. It looks like the vines have her wrists bound together and is dragging her in head first!
It is always amazing to see these plants in action don't you agree? Oh look, the blacked haired subject almost made it out before the vines wrapped around her torso and grabbed her wrists. Oh how interesting, it appears the dark haired girl is already halfway in. Oh the vine has wrapped itself around their mouths, cutting off any pleads for mercy or help. Oh, we must not interfere! Those blue eyes are like daggers, begging and pleading as you can hear their muffled pleads for help!
But folks be not afraid of this event. Even as the flower's pedals close in on their prey, the prey will be safe for the most part. You see as the vines cocoon and solidify around the prey they will administer minerals and oxygen to keep its prey alive as long as possible. With the subjects inside, the plant will feast on their energy in a wonderful symbiotic relationship.
Only after a few months of their capture will the plant finally decide weather to desolve their flesh or simply let them go. You see if the Stickist Wrapicus has been fortunate it will have captured many a girl prey and thus have no need to finish off the girls already in its belly. Oh the first plant has fully consumed its prey and another flower is starting to grow behind it.
Truly a wonderful plant indeed.
Thank you all for joining me in this discussion of Stickist Wrapicus. For all the female subjects joining us in this lecture. Please see me after class^^