Sumatran corpse flower
Standing at up to 20 feet tall and stretching 16 feet across, the Sumatran
corpse flower is easy for most pollinators to spot, but the plant's scent is
what draws these organisms in. The corpse flower's "perfume" is so important in
attracting pollinators that the plant will even chemically heat up to about
human body temperature in order to help release its scent.
Hint: The corpse flower's perfume is said to resemble the odor of
rotting flesh, hence its name.