(WLNS) - Since Monday we've been telling you about the rare, and ripe-smelling, corpse flower at Michigan State University.
If you've lined up to see it, you're not alone.
By now you probably already know it smells like rotten meat, which is the big draw for the 5-feet tall plant.
The W.J. Beal botanical garden says 4,000 people have come through its doors to see and smell the putrid plant for themselves.
The garden says the flower is starting to close back up, but that you can still take a look today between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
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