Discover the biggest flower on Earth

The « corpse lily » has no stem, no leaves, no roots. But it’s the biggest flower in the world. And one of the most odorous.

14/11/2019 11:46actualizado: 14/11/2019 11:48


  • Ionescu V.
    22/03/2021 21:33


  • Patrick C.
    20/03/2021 14:29

    eck! Want one?

  • Jonathan R.
    20/03/2021 09:29

    nieuw bloemetje ?

  • Indiramathivanan
    19/03/2021 16:28

    Beautiful Nature 😂😀

  • Junjun G.
    17/03/2021 05:57

    It also found in Igbaras Iloilo

  • Ed K.
    15/03/2021 18:12

    From Wikipedia: "Although Rafflesia is a vascular plant, it lacks any observable leaves, stems or even roots, and does not have chlorophyll. It lives as a holoparasite on vines of the genus Tetrastigma. Similar to fungi, individuals grow as a mass of thread-like strands of tissue completely embedded within and in intimate contact with surrounding host cells from which nutrients and water are obtained. It can only be seen outside the host plant when it is ready to reproduce; the only part of Rafflesia that is identifiable as distinctly plant-like are the flowers, though even these are unusual since they attain massive proportions, have a reddish-brown colouration, and stink of rotting flesh."

  • Eesha J.
    15/03/2021 16:48

    Oh wow

  • Pushpa T.
    15/03/2021 16:40

    Nice information thanks a lot

  • Gracie R.
    13/03/2021 10:48

    It could also be seen in the Philippines

  • JDan S.
    12/03/2021 18:26

    it can also be found in the Philippines rainforest...

  • Nel D.
    12/03/2021 11:54

    we have that also in the Philippines..

  • Sura F.
    10/03/2021 22:43


  • Lynne E.
    10/03/2021 16:26


  • Alejandro A.
    10/03/2021 02:58

    mira qué loco

  • Dianne D.
    10/03/2021 01:50

    😳 Wow!

  • Miriam G.
    08/03/2021 11:28

    Shasti Devan Sd

  • Tashawn J.
    08/03/2021 00:08

    That thing aint a plant. That's a skin disease for trees. Im glad that monstrocity only lives in 2 rainforest. Let's keep the super parasite there away from other plants that actually do work and create chloroplast. XD

  • Reno M.
    07/03/2021 00:52


  • Jose M.
    05/03/2021 10:04

    There are lots of them in the Philippines

  • Patricia P.
    04/03/2021 14:46

    The wonders of GOD'S creation