The line is long for those hoping to catch a whiff of MSU's corpse flower.
People waiting to see and smell it told News 10 Tuesday the wait was about 90 minutes or longer to get into the plant conservatory on campus.
It might have been too late for them. The stench only usually lasts 24 hours after the flower blooms, and that happened around 5 p.m. Monday.
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