6. Hydnora Africana
This is a parasitic plant that grows on the roots of the Euphorbiceae species that grows underground in the deserts of South Africa.
The flesh-coloured flower emerges from the soiland gives off a smell of faeces to attract pollinators such as dung beetles and carrion flies. The flower will trap the beetles that enter so they can cover themselves in pollen. Then when the flower fully opens again they are allowed to leave.