LONDON (Reuters) - Unseasonably warm weather may have tricked the world's smelliest plant into blooming in the middle of the northern hemisphere winter, botanists at the Eden Project where the native of Sumatra is housed, told Reuters.Now can we say global climate change is real? Pretty please?
The warmth of 2006 and mild winter to date have encouraged the Titan Arum or Corpse Flower into a phenomenal growth spurt and into flower -- an event that usually happens only once every six to nine years.
Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Okay, now we know we're screwed
The Corpse Flowers are in bloom.