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Visitors and employees at the U.S. Botanic Garden on Capitol Hill got a good view — and a nose-curdling sniff — in 2003 when Amorphophallus Titanum opened to great fanfare. The rare flower smells like a rotting body and a new "corpse flower" is expected to have more curious onlookers this week when it will enthrall and gross out a new audience. (The Washington Times)

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