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Commonly known as the "Devil's Tongue" plant, is a captivating botanical curiosity native to South America. Its long, slender green leaves can reach impressive lengths, but what truly sets this plant apart is its extraordinary flowers. These tubular blooms, which can extend over a foot, exhibit vibrant red hues and an uncanny resemblance to a protruding tongue with fringed edges. This striking floral display serves to attract its presumed pollinators, certain bat species, making Scuticaria salesiana a captivating and distinctive addition to the world of botany, piquing the interest of both plant enthusiasts and researchers alike.