This ring was sculpted on Zbrush and cast into 9k recycled gold🌟. Sundew plants are carnivorous and can be found living in moist habitats such as marshland, swamps and near with soil that is acidic and nutrient-poor. In fact, living in soil that lacks nutrients is the very reason they trap insects as food. They attract and trap insects with their sticky dew and wrap around the prey until it suffocates. This motion creates a beautiful spiral, causing the plant to look like hundreds of curled tails when food is plentiful.