Also known as Dracula simia, these flowers bear close resemblance to our ancestors. They smell like ripe oranges.
Its resemblance to the bird is uncanny. The reddish-purple flower's lower sepal is green in colour that looks like a beak.
The bee orchid looks so much like a bumblebee that it attracts male bees towards it for pollination.
When these flowers bloom between September and February, its petals look like a duck in motion.
When these succulents sprout, they grow two little stems that resemble a pair of rabbit ears.
The inner petals of the flower form in such a way that they look like a dove in flight.
A hybrid of candle plant and string-of-pearls vine, its leaves are shaped like a crescent moon with "fins" coming out of them.
These flowers have a sinister appearance with their cavernous “eyes.”