Stapelia is a genus of South American succulents that make unusual looking flowers:
Besides the appearance, these flowers are interesting because instead of being pollenated by bees, they are pollenated flies.
So instead of giving off a sweet scent to attract bees, all but one species gives off the smell of decaying flesh.
Stapelia blooms are sometimes called Carrion flowers for that reason.
(This one was blooming in my house this morning and I had to put it outside....)
This raises an interesting question regarding the JW faith:
Did Jehovah design this?
If He did, then the antediluvian ecology was obviously not vegetarian as the JW's teach. Animals died; their bodies decayed and insects at the very least ate of this flesh.
If He did not, then design obviously does not require a Designer, does it? Beneficial and downright clever relationships between animals and plants can arise entirely by themselves with no help from Jehovah at all. And all the 'Chicken and egg' style of arguments that JW's rally against other examples of evolution (e.g. Who was pollenating Stapelia during the many years they were evolving a nasty smelling bloom to attract flies?) fall flat in the face of one simple challenge:
Take a whiff of this flower and tell me it didn't happen.