When you think of flowers you think of something that smells nice, right? Well, in Houston crowds of people have been waiting for a not-so-nice smelling flower to bloom.
It's called the stinky corpse flower, and people have been waiting for weeks for it to finally start blooming. They call it "Lois", and it started to open on Tuesday. When it's fully bloomed, it'll be the 29th corpse flower to ever bloom in U.S. history. It's said to smell like rotting flesh.
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