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World's smelliest flower blooms

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One of the world's largest and smelliest flowers has come into bloom for the first time in Scotland.

Experts at Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Gardens have been carefully looking after the Amorphophallus Titanum for the last 12 years.

But this is the first time it's ever flowered.

It's supposed to give off a stink a bit like rotting fish and loads of people are now expected to flock to see it - and smell it.