Did you know?
They feed on small fish, crabs, shrimps, worms and jellyfish.
Their spots are well spaced out in the young rays, but as they grow the spots get more crowded giving them their name, Honeycomb.
They inhabit the Indo-Pacific, but are most common in Australia from Shark Bay to Brisbane.
They are a bottom dwelling species found in sandy bays, tidal flats, brackish lagoons and sea grass flats. They are often accidentally caught in fishing nets but then sold - a threat known as bycatch. Their maximum disc width is about 2 metres wide, and some females have been known to live for 29 years.
2.5 million litres of water and 87 tonnes of salt make this display home to some of the most incredible animals in the sea.