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Zebra Shark
Zebra sharks are nocturnal and hunt for food in crevices
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Fun Facts

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Diet
These nocturnal hunters use whisker-like barbels in front of their mouth to search for food.
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Appearance
Zebra sharks start life with stripes but develop spots as they mature.
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Did you know?
Some zebra sharks reproduce in the absence of a male partner.
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Diet
These nocturnal hunters use whisker-like barbels in front of their mouth to search for food.
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Appearance
Zebra sharks start life with stripes but develop spots as they mature.

About the Zebra Shark

    In the Wild
    Zebra sharks swim along shallow coral reefs, and into crevices and caves to hunt for invertebrates such as snails, crabs and small fishes.
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