Watch live: Corpse flower blooms at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

CLEVELAND– It’s happening!

The corpse flower at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is blooming.

It’s also called a flowering titan arum plant and it’s known for its death-like smell. The bloom and the stench typically last for about 24 hours. This is the fourth time it’s bloomed in 25 years.

If you would like to experience the corpse flower, the zoo encourages visitors to come to the RainForest on Wednesday. It’s open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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