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'Corpse Flower' Set for Stinky Bloom

'Corpse Flower' Set for Stinky Bloom

The University of Missouri has opened its greenhouse to the public for the soon-expected bloom of a "corpse flower." The rare plant is named for the pungent dead animal odor it uses to attract pollinators. The UM plant hasn't bloomed in eight years, and when it does will only be open for a day. Watch it live on the Corpse Flower Webcam.

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