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Fun fact about flowers: The world's largest flower is the Rafflesia arnoldii, also known as the "corpse flower." This gigantic flower can reach up to three feet (almost one meter) in diameter and is known for its foul smell, which is often likened to that of a rotting corpse. The smell attracts carrion flies, which are its primary pollinators.

Despite its unpleasant odor, the Rafflesia arnoldii is a unique and remarkable floral marvel, showcasing the incredible diversity and adaptations found in the plant kingdom. It's a fascinating example of how flowers can employ different strategies to thrive and reproduce in their respective ecosystems!

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