Creepy Plants And Fungi That Look Like Human Body Parts

This planet is full with wonderful animals, particularly plants, all of which were created by God. Some of these animals are so one-of-a-kind that you’ll wonder how they came to be.

Some of these plants are so unusual and intimidating that their components resemble those of human parts. These are not ordinary plants since they are extremely difficult to track down and locate.

  1. Psychotria elata
    When visiting South America, you can witness a one-of-a-kind plant. Its leaves have a somewhat curled form. Actually, it’s rather common, but the red hue in there makes it stand out, much as the thick lips are attractive. This one-of-a-kind plant is known as Psychotria elatra. The unique shape usually draws the attention of any eye that sees it, especially because this plant is more common in the South American peninsula and the rest of Central America.

2. False Morels
For many American mushroom hunters, the morel (Morchella) is the fungal equivalent of beluga caviar. Morels are so popular that they sell for at least $20 a pound while in season. The disadvantage is that unskilled hunters cannot tell the difference between real and fake morels, which are very poisonous. A fake morel is responsible for around 20% of mushroom-related fatalities.

3. Auricularia Auricula
Feature Auricularia auricula, often known as the mushroom, has a broadened body form that resembles the human ear. The fruiting body of this fungus has a chewy texture (similar to gelatin) when fresh. The fruiting body of the mushroom, on the other hand, will be as hard as bone in the dry condition.

4. Guarana 
Guarana (Paullinia cupana) is a maple family climbing vine. The leaves are broad and covered with flower clusters. The fruit’s exterior is red, while the flesh is white. Black seeds the size of a coffee bean can be found within. If you have broken skin, flesh, and seeds in the shape of eyes.

5. Wrinkled Peach Mushroom
The wrinkled peach’s cap changes form and color according on the quality and quantity of light it gets during its juvenile phases. The wrinkled peach, also known as the netted rhodotus and the rose veincap, can resemble a human brain, a stomach, or even a spongy lung.

6. Snapdragon Seed Pod
The perennial flower Antirrhinum majus has dragon-like teeth that break when the sides are pressed. The snapdragon is said to have originated as a wildflower in Spain and Italy, and it is the subject of numerous tales. One of them says that if a person hides a flower on their person or in a room, they will look intriguing to others. According to another belief, any house with snapdragons growing in its flower garden would be curse and witchcraft free.

7. Devil’s Fingers Mushroom
Clathrus archeri, often known as devil’s fingers or octopus stinkhorn, is a really frightening fungus. It has four to eight adult fingers that are as red as a fire engine and with black spheres that mimic suction cups on an octopus’ tentacles. These black spheres called gleba, and they exude a putrid odor similar to decaying meat. This attracts flies, which disseminate the spores of the plant. The scent explains why it’s called a “stinkhorn.”

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