This might look like the mouth of the Sarlacc... - Wissenschaft und Deutsch (on Hiatus)
This might look like the mouth of the Sarlacc in Star Wars but is actually the reproductive part of Adenium obesum, a flower found mostly in the Sahara, where its toxic sap is used by hunters. The image was made by José Almodóvar Rivera of the University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez. (Image: José R. Almodóvar Rivera/Nikon Small World)

This might look like the mouth of the Sarlacc in Star Wars but is actually the reproductive part of Adenium obesum, a flower found mostly in the Sahara, where its toxic sap is used by hunters. The image was made by José Almodóvar Rivera of the University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez. 

(Image: José R. Almodóvar Rivera/Nikon Small World)

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