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Man captures RARE and world's largest flower on camera in Indonesian forest

A man captures the beautiful images of a rare flower, the Rafflesia arnoldii, in full bloom in a forest in Indonesia. The filmer was particularly lucky in capturing this moment on camera, as the flower rots to black after four days of blooming. The Rafflesia arnoldi is the flower with the world's largest bloom. If lucky, people can spot it in Indonesia's rainforests. Flower lovers from all over the world travel to Indonesia and pay a high price hoping to see it. The Rafflesia arnoldii is in danger of extinction. The clip was filmed in the Palupuah Nature Reserve, Agam Regency, West Sumatra, Indonesia.
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