I don't think we need to explain where this one gets it's name from, just have a look at the close up on the leaves. Another one of the Alocasia family, you'll find it in the humid jungles of South East Asia, so try and replicate these conditions for the best growth.
They can also be a bit greedy, so you get away with feeding them once every 2-3 weeks in the summer. If you're using Shropshire Seaweed Feed, they'll really appreciate a weekly feast with the rest of your houseplants.
Commonly known as: Alocasia stingray
Horticultural Name: Alocasia macrorrhiza Stingray
Origin: Tropical Asia and parts of Eastern Australia
Pot Size(s): 17cm
Current Height: 1m
Ultimate Height: 2m in the best conditions
Light: Best in well lit rooms though not direct sunlight. Will not tolerate shade!
Watering: Keep the soil moist and try to give them humid conditions, such as in a bathroom or kitchen.
Temperature: They like to be kept warm, so keep them away from drafts but not near radiators.
Additional Info: Wipe or dust the leaves frequently to make sure that it's getting the most light possible.
Pet Safe? No :(