A rare corpse flower, Amorphophallus titanum, is blooming at the University of Washington's Botany Greenhouse. The flower is known for it's size (this specimen is 57 inches tall) and for its pungent aroma of rotting meat.
Read more about this corpse flower here: eastlakeave.com/2011/06/09/stinky-corpse-flower-blooms-at-uw-but-it-wont-last-long
One note: The noise in the background in the greenhouse is from equipment that was being used to sample the smell.
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