Gimpy Gimpy is the world’s poisonous plant which is better known as the suicide plant. touching this plant is so painful and gives a burning sensation that people prefer to commit suicide instead of bearing the pain. this plant Has the Most Painful Stingers in the World. Its pain is better described as a mixture of acid, burn, and electric shock.
Mandrake plant(genus Mandragora), This plant is famous for its powerful roots which are similes to the human face and structure. and this plant is also having a long history of use in superstitious practices. Apart from being the structure like a human being, there is another strange thing that makes this plant special one that it produces a sound like a child’s cry while cut. Mandrake plants are found in the forest of Africa.
Palicourea Elata is a tropical plant that ranges from Central to South American rain forests that are popularly known as “girlfriend kiss” and “Labios de puta”. this plant is famous for its hot red lips liked shaped flowers, which is not actually the flower of the plant but the flowers lie within the “red lip” leaves which exactly look like a women’s lips applied red lipstick.
Snapdragon plant is famous for its flowers. this plant a popularly used for the garden as it produces the most beautiful flower of different colors like yellow, white, red pink orange, or sometimes multi-colors which look very pretty. The flower of this plant turn horrible when they died. they turn to human skull-shaped after die And if we squeezed the dead flower between the fingertips, the skull will open and close its mouth which looks very horrible.
Rafflesia Arnoldii plant is famous for producing the world’s largest individual flower. the flower of this plant is one of the national flowers of Indonesia along with white jasmine and moon orchid. Rafflesia Arnoldii is the biggest flower on the earth, weighing nearly 11kg. this flower has the worst smell which is like a rotting corpse. This plant has no root, no stem, no leaves, and doesn’t even produce chlorophyll which are the most amazing facts of this plant.
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