It's not surprising that the world's
leaves belong to a tree, a palm tree to be more accurate, in fact, two palm
trees to be precise.
Amazonian bamboo palm and the raffia palm have leaves that stretch as much as 25
undivided leaf belongs to the alocasia macrorrhiza, also known as the giant
taro, giant elephant ear and upright elephant ear.
The leaves of the alocasia macrorrhiza can grow over nine
feet long and six feet wide.
The Alocasia Macrorrhiza Leaf
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