Tourists find giant rare flower in Indonesian forest

Lucky tourists find a giant flower while walking with their guide in a forest in Indonesia's Agam Regency, Nagari Koto Rantang. The footage shows the corpse flower, also known as amorphophallus titanum, in full bloom. It is is 4.39 meters tall. The corpse flower, which is native to Indonesian rainforests, is rare to find: each bloom only lasts 24 to 36 hours. Resident and guide Nofriandi Heru said it was found by the garden owner two weeks before the group visited the location. "At first, gardeners thought it was just a stump left over from cleaning the garden, but it got taller and taller every day. It turned out to be a rare corpse flower," Heru said.