Way to go!

That is correct. This is a carnivorous Sundew plant.

There are actually over 190 different species of this plant. Because the soil is unable to provide all the needs of this plant, it finds its nutrition from live insects! The plant lures in its prey by offering them the sweet nectar-like substance that secretes off the tips of its leaves. After convincing the insects to come close, it then uses this sweet sticky mixture to trap and engulf the bug. Then, using enzymes, the plant “digests” the bug and absorbs all the nutrients needed to grow larger.