Man-eating tree can refer to any of various legendary or cryptid carnivorous plants that are large enough to kill and consume a person or other large animal.

People just ate up the idea of a man eating tree. I like to think that this man eating tree really did exist but is not extinct.

Ya-te-veo- Africa cryptid: a man eating tree that has branches that resemble many angry serpents

Ya-Te-Veo (Plant)(Large) – These tree monsters were created by alien influence…

The ya-te-veo, or carniverous plant.

"The YA-TE-VEO, or Carnivorous Plant. Buel's 1889 book Sea and Land, the author laid out delightfully quaint illustrations of the Earth's flora and fauna. Many of these pictures detailed the myriad hilarious ways the animal kingdom eats humans.

Februrary 29, Ya-Te-Veo, the  Man Eating Tree by Sorrow-SixThirty

Februrary Ya-Te-Veo, the Man Eating Tree by Sorrow-SixThirty

ShukerNature: THE MADAGASCAN MAN-EATING TREE - MORE THAN JUST A MONSTROUS MYTH?

ShukerNature: THE MADAGASCAN MAN-EATING TREE - MORE THAN JUST A MONSTROUS MYTH?

ya te veo, man eating tree, cryptid, cryptozoology,  horror art, coloring book page

ya te veo, man eating tree, cryptid, cryptozoology, horror art, coloring book page

Man eating tree by heliacwolf-d5wf2i1

Kodama

A kodama (木魂?) is a Spirit from Japanese folklore, which is believed to live in certain trees.

espressoalchemist:  A Ya-te-veo (“I see you”) man-eating tree of Central America, from Land and Sea by J.W. Buel, 1887. A cryptid similar to Robert Bloch’s depiction of the young of Shub-Niggurath

espressoalchemist-blog: A Ya-te-veo (“I see... - logangaiarpg

Ya-Te-Veo or South American Man-Eating Tree Reputed to be found in both Africa and South America, but first found and identified in South America and since wiped out in Africa, already home of such.

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