The Carnivorous Syndrome in 3D explores the astounding lives of the carnivorous plants, in mind-bending 3D.
Travel to the Venezuelan tepuis, African Savannahs, and the rainforests of Borneo, while learning about the mysterious plants which live there. Discover the beauty and complexity of these fascinating creatures.

The film begins with a broad view of plant evolution, photosynthesis, and nutrition. Only in that context can we appreciate those plants which exhibit the carnivorous syndrome. As we explore 5 continents, we come to understand the incredible diversity of form revealed by the carnivorous plants.

At the same time, we are reminded of the fundamental role plants play in the lives of all other creatures. As many carnivorous plants are threatened with extinction, this documentary also reminds us of the terrible danger posed by man's reckless destructiveness.

The Carnivorous Syndrome in 3D is thus informative, technically innovative, and powerful. But it is above all a sublime portrait of the inventiveness and fragility of nature.

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Featuring unprecedented close up 3D time lapse video shot by jasper, a robot made of Lego (R) bricks. Additional habitat photography by Chiaki Shibata and Romuald Anifraix. Also featuring stunning 3D animation, and an incredible electronic soundtrack composed by John Teagle. Narrated by Marguerite C. Wilson. Written and directed by Mike Wilder.