You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar, but you catch the most with a dead body. That's the strategy of several of the world's stinkiest flowers, including two of the world's largest flowers, Rafflesia arnoldii and Amorphophallus titanum. These funky flora attract flies that pollinate the plants. Most fly-pollinated flowers use the smell of death to bring in the bugs. The paw paw, a fruit native to the United States, also depends on fly pollination. To improve production of fruit, people will hang bits of rotten meat from the tree to draw in even more flies.