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What's In It For The Corpse Flower To Smell Like Death?

The corpse flower is a botanical rock star — prized by botanic gardens around the globe. In a new video, NPR's Skunk Bear explores the biology of the stinky giant, which thrives by playing dead.

'Wee Stinky,' Cornell's rare corpse flower to bloom Friday night (watch live feed)


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News video: TD KIDK 9PM 080716

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TD KIDK 9PM 080716
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News video: Corpse Flower Blooms At Franklin Park Zoo

Corpse Flower Blooms At Franklin Park Zoo 00:33

Officials at the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston say a flower dubbed the corpse flower because of its pungent aroma has bloomed and will be on display.
Source: WBZ CBS Boston -

News video: Another corpse flower blooms at the Denver Botanic Gardens

Another corpse flower blooms at the Denver Botanic Gardens 00:42

You may be smelling something foul around the Denver Botanic Gardens this weekend.
Source: 7News - The Denver Channel -

News video: New Blooming Corpse Flower Nicknamed 'Little Stinker'

New Blooming Corpse Flower Nicknamed 'Little Stinker' 02:10

There is a stinky surprise greeting visitors to the Denver Botanic Gardens.
Source: CBS 4 Denver -

News video: This Flower Smells Like Rotting, Nasty, Putrid Flesh

This Flower Smells Like Rotting, Nasty, Putrid Flesh

This flower only blooms about once in a decade, and when it does, you can smell a fragrance like rotting flesh from a mile away.
Source: Newsy.com -


Zoo's Reeking 'Corpse Flower' Blooms — But Only Briefly

zoo's reeking 'corpse flower' blooms — but only briefly
Patch Back Bay, MA -- You can tell by the smell.

Hold your nose: Stinky corpse flower blooms in New Hampshire

HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — A flower that got its nickname from its putrid smell is blooming at Dartmouth College for the first time since 2011. Named Morphy, the titan arum — or corpse flower — began..
Seattle Times Also reported by •NewsdaySeattlePI.com

Hold your nose: Morphy’s about to bloom

HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — A rare “corpse flower” is about to bloom at Dartmouth College. The titan arum named Morphy is 13 years old and hasn’t bloomed since 2011. Officials at Dartmouth’s Life..
Seattle Times Also reported by •FOXNews.com

Watch corpse flower bloom at Missouri Botanical Garden - 5 things you don't need to know but might want to

1. Izzy, the amorphophallus titanium flower — or better known as the corpse flower, is currently blooming at the Missouri Botanical Garden and you can watch it happen via a live stream on YouTube...

Corpse Flowers Strangely Bloom at Same Time: Coincidence or Omen?

corpse flowers strangely bloom at same time: coincidence or omen?
The Amorphophallus titanumin, also known as Titan arums, is commonly called the “corpse flower,” because of the wretched smell it emits when it blooms. Its flower can stand about 10 feet tall..
Epoch Times

New stinky flower in bloom at Denver Botanic Gardens

A new corpse flower opened Friday night at the Denver Botanic Gardens.
Denver Post

Corpse Flower Comes to Life

A huge, rare flower has bloomed at the United States Botanic Garden in Washington, D.C. But, as Yang Chen and Adrianna Zhang report, you may want to cover your nose before going to see it.
VOA News

Corpse Flower Creates Monster Stench In Washington, D.C.

Every 10 years, the corpse flower blooms, filling the air around it with the scent of rotting meat. What better way to spend a summer evening than with friends at the fragrant event.

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