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Carrion flowers smell queue in New York 80 years to bloom

Updated on August 14, 2016

After nearly 80 years, the popular scavenger flowers have hatched in the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG), United States of America.

This is one of the world's largest flower.

According NYBG, rare species with the scientific name is Amorphophallus titanum this most recent appearance was in 1939 in the garden.

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