Yes, There is a Zebra Shark–Thanks Shark Week!

Zebra shark (Stegostoma fasciatum) resting on the sandy seafloor, Dimaniyat Islands nature reserve, Al Batinah region, Oman
PHOTOGRAPH BY NORBERT PROBST, IMAGEBROKER/ALAMY

Zebra Shark

The zebra shark may not be the fastest or smartest shark, but it’s arguably one of the cutest. Zebra sharks are born with brown and white bands that mildly resemble those of its namesake. Once it reaches maturity, the stripes are replaced by brown spots.

Growing up to about eight feet long, zebra sharks feed primarily on mollusks, which they suck out of their shells using their muscular mouths.

(Source: National Geographic)