|The titan arum (Amorphophallus titanum) in its reproductive stage|
|Inside: anthers above, stigmas below|
After pollination, the plant produces cherry-like fruits that are eaten by birds. The birds pass the seeds and distribute them throughout the forest.When not in its reproductive form, the plant looks just like a plain old tree but has some interesting features in and of itself, like producing only a single, compound leaf. This plant is native to Indonesia and Sumatra.
Here's BBC footage of David Attenborough with this fascinating plant:
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