Walking alone in the forest is certainly a terrible thing, especially when you accidentally discovered any of these creepy plants or fungi. In fact, most of these scary plants and fungi are actually harmless, however, some people might still had nightmares because of their extreme creepy looks.
This wicked fungi is known as "Actaea pachypoda", it sprout these eyeball-like orbs and carry deadly cariogenic toxin that can lead to cardiac arrest if ingested by humans. Don't worry, even a fear factor champion wouldn't dare to eat this.
"Hydnellum pecki ", you can call it “strawberries and cream” to make yourself slightly more comfortable. The bloody looking ooze is actually sap, although it’s not harmful but we wouldn't recommend biting into the bitter fungi.
Well, perhaps this is the most friendly plant among others in this list. Psychotria elata is found in the rainforests of Central and South America where its bright red bracts resembling puckered lips are often given as a popular gift of affection.
False Morels are worthless, but true morels can sell up to $20 per pound, inexperienced collectors can pick the fake mushroom, end up inflicting the poisonous carcinogenic hydrazine gyromitin onto their consumers. The fungi is responsible for about 20% of annual mushroom-related deaths.
This creepy flower known as "Antirrhinum majus", it reveal its skull-like pod when it blooms, withers, and dies.
These odorless, tasteless, and inedible fungi are known as " Ascocoryne sarcoides". It looks like human Intestines.
Auricularia auricula has fine hairs, veiny appearance, and rubbery feel, it is more like actual human ears. This fungi is able to reduce cholesterol and blood coagulation.
Bats are scary, nature has decided to make these plants as scary as bats. Their dangling fruit even looks like bats sleeping upside down.
This blobby fungus, Rhodotus palmatus, can develop into disgusting shapes that look-alike of the human heart, lung, or stomach depending on its growth. It also oozes a bloody sap similar to the Bloody Tooth Fungus.
Though it appears to be a zombie-like hand rising from the ground, this fungi is Clathrus archeri and this was the less creepy photo option, it can grows into an even more devil-like looking mushroom with fire-red fingers speckled with black orbs