Last one. This, is the upper far right corner of the whole page. In it, you will notice some interesting things. One: the giant leafy creatures. These are actually similar to the vine and flytrap ones, except they are literal, "man eating" (ok well man aint in this jungle but, same point) trees. They've evolved to where their branches are vine-like. Flexible and yet still sturdy. Their leaves evolved to have mouths, with a barbed "tongue: made out of the vein of the leaf (Y'know, that thick line that ends up becoming the stem...) which they use to hold their prey tight as it curls back into their mouth.
Now above the highest tree, are a few zig-zaggy things. There is an interesting back-story to this. A while before humans left and the animals and plants evolved to what you see now, a researcher was trying to harness the elements quickly and easily. He figured if one could make fire or lightning or water without tools, we could have free power for everyone. So he set out to study what made each "tick" so to speak. During the finality of his research, he got what he felt were the "building blocks" of each element. Taking an extract of each he went to go and try them out. However, his clumsy assistant on the way to the lab spilled the vials of extract, and the elemental energy research was thought in vain.
However, over time, the extract ran into the water. Sponges within the water absorbed it and passed it along. Eventually, over the eons, they evolved to the point of becoming Living embodiments of the elements. There was a lightning one, fast and rather hyper active. A water one which could flow freely through the air. An ice one which move sluggishly due to jagged limbs. And a fire one, fluid and forceful. Eventually each became an actual species. And the rest, as they say, is history (so far >> )