Rafflesia arnoldii

Rafflesia arnoldii produces the world's largest individual flowers, with blooms around 1 meter in diameter. Interestingly, the species does not produce leaves and lives as a parasite inside Tetrastigma vines.…

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The Drosera binata wall

In the gullies of the Blue Mountains, the creeks erode the variously porous layers of sandstone, forming seepages out of the rockface. Drosera binata colonises these seepages, sometimes to incredible…

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