Titan Arum a.k.a. Corpse Flower blooms at Copenhagen : News Photo

Titan Arum a.k.a. Corpse Flower blooms at Copenhagen

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COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - JULY 9: Visitors of Copenhagen Botanic Garden await to watch a rare blooming of the Titan Arum in Copenhagen, Denmark on July 9, 2014. The titan Arum also known as Corpse Flower produces one of the largest flowering structures and one of the foulest odors in the plant kingdom. With its huge flowering structure rising up to three meters above the ground, and its single immense leaf, it certainly is a giant among plants, as its name suggests. It blooms only a few times in its 40-year life span, and the bloom lasts for two and a half days at the most. (Photo by Irfan Cemiloglu/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
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COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - JULY 9: Visitors of Copenhagen Botanic Garden await to watch a rare blooming of the Titan Arum in Copenhagen, Denmark on July 9, 2014. The titan Arum also known as Corpse Flower produces one of the largest flowering structures and one of the foulest odors in the plant kingdom. With its huge flowering structure rising up to three meters above the ground, and its single immense leaf, it certainly is a giant among plants, as its name suggests. It blooms only a few times in its 40-year life span, and the bloom lasts for two and a half days at the most. (Photo by Irfan Cemiloglu/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
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Visitors of Copenhagen Botanic Garden await to watch a rare blooming... News Photo 452052422Anticipation,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Blooming,Copenhagen,Denmark,Floral,Horizontal,Human Interest,Oresund Region,Rare,Titan Arum,WatchPhotographer Collection: Anadolu Agency 2014 Anadolu AgencyCOPENHAGEN, DENMARK - JULY 9: Visitors of Copenhagen Botanic Garden await to watch a rare blooming of the Titan Arum in Copenhagen, Denmark on July 9, 2014. The titan Arum also known as Corpse Flower produces one of the largest flowering structures and one of the foulest odors in the plant kingdom. With its huge flowering structure rising up to three meters above the ground, and its single immense leaf, it certainly is a giant among plants, as its name suggests. It blooms only a few times in its 40-year life span, and the bloom lasts for two and a half days at the most. (Photo by Irfan Cemiloglu/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)