Indian pipes
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Sorry, "Native American" pipes
Pocomoke State Park, MD - September 20, 2004

Indian pipes are one of the only types of plants that do not have chlorophyll. Instead of creating energy through photosynthesis, they are parasites that siphon energy off of roots growing beneath them.
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