Some plants stink so as to attract insect pollinators in an unusual way. They stink like rotting meat instead of smelling sweetly. This attracts pollinating flies. Malayan plant Rafflesia is one of the best-known stinking flowers. It is also the world’s largest flower and its smell and its dark red-brown petals attract flies. Flies are sometimes so convinced that a flower really like a rotting meat that they unknowingly lay their eggs on it. The lords and ladies plant also attracts flies by the smell given out by the spike that sticks out of the top. One of the tropical relatives of lords and ladies’, stands two meters high and gives out smell like a rotten fish.