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    Edit Photo Details Rafflesia arnoldii flower  
    A very rare flower endemic to Borneo and Sumatra. It has no leaves stems or roots and only flowers occasionally. It is parasitic to a particular type of vine. The flower is the biggest in the world measuring up to a meter. I was lucky enough to see two of them in the jungle in Borneo. This particular one was about 80 cm across
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    Date Uploaded: Mar 30, 2014
    Copyright: © Chris Olsen
    Categories: Nature, Travel