The huge rafflesia flower, the biggest in the world, looks and smells like rotting meat. The plants are invisible, having no stems or leaves, with their roots imbedded in the vines that they parasitize. Then a cabbage size bud appears and turns into this flower. This parasitic plant attracts our concern because of its rarity and the possibility that it may be on the verge of extinction due to habitat loss. Questions about the "corpse flower" will find their answers here.

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