July 5, 2022

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Cambodia asks tourists to stop harvesting 'penis plant' to take pictures |  Globalism

Cambodia asks tourists to stop harvesting ‘penis plant’ to take pictures | Globalism

Government Cambodia Tourists were asked to stop picking a flower known as the “phallus” to take pictures.

By scientific name Nineth Holdini, the nickname refers to its phallic shape. She is in danger of disappearing after luring onlookers who pull her by her feet to post photos on social networks.

In a statement, the Ministry of Environment in this Asian country called for “preserving natural resources” and warned against the need not to harvest the plant and then dispose of it.

The volume also released photos of digital influencers picking the flower by their feet and taking “cute” photos. See pictures below.

“What they are doing is wrong and please do not repeat it in the future!” he said in a statement.

Influencers harvest the ‘penis plant’ in Cambodia – Photo: clone/government of Cambodia

A woman holding specimens of a “penis plant” in Cambodia – Photo: clone / Cambodian government

A woman with two ‘penis plants’ in Cambodia – Photo: clone / Cambodian government

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