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Corpse Flower Video: Watch the rare bloom in time lapse

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The corpse flower bloom is one of the rarest in nature, which is what makes this giant corpse flower video worth watching.
 
The giant corpse flower is native to Sumatra. It only blooms only every seven to 10 years. When it does, it's not the kind of flower you would want to send on Valentine's Day. The corpse flower gets its name because some say that's what it smells like when blooming.
 
The giant corpse flower in this video has a name – Jesse. It lives in Ohio at Ohio State University. The corpse flower time lapse video shows the bloom over the course of two weeks.
 
It's pretty cool to look at, and because your watching a video you don't have to worry about the smell.
 

 
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