The sticky-cubes in the southern part of Glicker have changed even more, mainly in their diet. The cube has developed the ability to produce a sweet-smelling, green liquid that attracts small insects. When an organism tries to eat this liquid, it gets stuck. The "arms" of the trap can do more than pull the colony to a new location; they can also be pulled shut, like the jaws of a bear-trap around the helpless insect. This allows the sticky cube-trap to obtain nourishment, even in areas where the sun is obstructed, such as the Huggs Rainforest, and in areas that are too steep for good root systems, like the cliffs of the Krakow Rockies.