A foul stench will soon be emitting from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls campus.
The River Falls Journal reports a massive corpse flower that's been growing in the university's greenhouse since 2001 is expected to bloom in the next few days--the second time in the plant's lifespan, which averages about 40 years.
A live video feed of the flower is available here.
In 2010, the flower bloomed in the evening and lasted only about seven hours before closing back up, the newspaper said.
A corpse flower at the University of Wisconsin-Madison also bloomed earlier this month.