The bat flower, as the name suggests, resembles a dark, flying bat. With its black or dark purple color and long whiskers, this flower is native to the rainforests of central America.
The pelican flower, with its large petal and strange shape, is a sight to behold. Native to subtropical regions of southeast Asia, this flower produces an odor similar to rotting flesh to attract pollinating insects.
Rafflesia, often referred to as the corpse flower, is the largest individual flower in the world. Found in the tropical forests of Sumatra and Borneo, this parasitic plant emits a foul odor resembling rotting meat.