13 Rare Flowers That Look Like They’re a Surrealist Sculptor’s Masterpieces. It’s Mother Nature!

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I guess we’ve established in the past that Mother Nature loves to surprise us everyday with the richness of its treasures. Today, she will surprise us with these 13 very rare flowers that actually look like something else.

You must say they’re a joke, looking at them for the first time. They actually look like a surrealist sculptor’s masterpieces. The thing is, this surrealist artist is Mother Nature and we can’t do anything else, but bow before her imagination.

These are 13 flowers like you’ve never seen before or ever heard of. I guess you’d like a bouquet of all of them, but they are very rare and precious. Enjoy!

1. Habenaria Radiata

This white orchid actually looks like the symbol of peace: a white, soaring dove

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2. A ballerina orchid

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3. Calceolaria Uniflora

It looks a little bit like an alien or a happy drummer, only it misses his sticks

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4. The Caleana Major

This black orchid known as the flying duck will have you look at it in awe and surprise

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5. Peristeria Elata hides a secret bird or an angel between its petals

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6. Habenaria Grandifloriformis orchids

White angels flying around Earth. Would you like one?

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7. Antirrhinum

Well, this is no joke. These flowers resemble a human skull. You can’t have just angels and doves, can you?

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8. Impatiens Psittacina

These are, actually, parrots, aren’t they?

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9.Ophyrs Bomybliflora

One of the happiest flowers you’ve ever seen, right? We present to you, the happiest bumblebee orchid there is!

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10. Psychotria Elata

These lips are inviting

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11. Orchus Italica

They’re holding hands and they are…naked. It’s just a flower, relax!

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12. Tiny babies ready for sleep

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13. The Dracula Simia

I have no idea why it’s called like that, since it resembles a monkey.

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Actually, the two petals that are hanging down are called Dracula because they resemble the fangs of a vampire and that face you see inside the petals is “Sima”, which means monkey in Latin. It is incredibly rare and grows at high altitudes, in Peru, Ecuador, Colombia.

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Before you move on to the next post, if you liked these rare flowers, make sure to also see these stunning galaxy flowers


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