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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.

11/14/2019 11:46 AMupdated: 11/14/2019 11:48 AM

417 comments

  • Eliza M.
    08/20/2020 12:10

    Beautiful

  • Jephtah S.
    08/13/2020 07:42

    it is mostly found in SouthEast Asia tbh

  • Helena R.
    08/11/2020 16:16

    achei a frô do gloomer

  • Natalie G.
    08/02/2020 13:49

    It’s gorgeous

  • Ethan M.
    07/29/2020 13:34

    oh ya, we have those in the Philippines, i remember seeing one for my boys scout camping and dam, it was really really odorous

  • Christina H.
    07/26/2020 20:31

    Ewwwlll smelly flower but pretty! Hehe

  • Rama S.
    07/17/2020 04:52

    Woo beautiful.. Not seen ever.. Rare one.

  • Glenn C.
    07/11/2020 15:50

    Pretty cool plant

  • Aroti B.
    07/08/2020 17:30

    Amazing !

  • Azmir A.
    07/02/2020 00:35

    It can be found also here on GOOGLE

  • Ariane K.
    06/28/2020 13:02

    dit is ook echt iets voor jou! Ook een hele bijzondere. En stinkt ook lekker naast die andere

  • Sandy B.
    06/17/2020 03:00

    Interesting.

  • Jennifer S.
    06/16/2020 03:03

    And it’s ugly!

  • Dong A.
    06/08/2020 09:55

    We have it in panay island in the Philippines too but it's rafflesia speciosa

  • Thomas N.
    06/08/2020 08:22

    Why is this considered the largest and not armophalus giganteum?

  • Fiveteng C.
    05/25/2020 16:02

    It can also found in Philippines.

  • James S.
    05/24/2020 08:08

    we have it here in kalinga province...

  • Shaun M.
    05/22/2020 13:31

    Out of the 28 species, 10 are found in the Philippines! In Luzon, there's the Rafflesia manillana that is also considered as the smallest Rafflesia in the world. Other species are found in Compostela Valley, Laguna and Kalinga to name a few locations

  • Anac N.
    05/20/2020 01:28

    We have these flowers in the Philippines, too. And there are few recorded species of this flower here in the Philippine rainforest.

  • Marshall D.
    05/19/2020 09:38

    Name of it?

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