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  • marilyn ♥

    These amusing little creatures are Calceolaria uniflora - Darwin's Slipper Flower! Discovered by Charles Darwin in his voyage around South America, these unique flowers almost look like little orange penguins marching.

  • Fran M

    Calceolaria uniflora. Torres del Paine National Park in Chile is adorned with beautiful vegetation, including the evergreen Embothrium coccineum, which produces vivid red flowers grouped in corymbs, and Calceolaria uniflora, of striking shape and colors.

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