Giant corpse flower discovered in Indonesia forest
A Rafflesia Arnoldii flower, or more commonly called as the corpse lily or stinking lily, with a diameter of 80 centimeters was found blooming at an altitude of 3 meters above the ground at Raje Mandare Protected Forest area in Indonesia on Saturday.
The parasitic plant, producing the largest single flower on Earth, has a strong unpleasant odor from decaying flesh, earning it the name "corpse flower."
(All images via VCG)
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