Did you know that pyjama cat sharks are endemic to South Africa? These sharks are called pyjama catsharks because of the stripes on their skin resembling that of pyjamas. They are bottom dwellers and can be found on coastal shallow rockery areas. The pyjama shark is predominantly nocturnal, spending most of the day hiding in a cave, crevice, or among plants. Cephalopods, crustaceans, bony fish, hagfish, bivalves, and bristle worms are among the creatures they prey upon. Female pyjama cat sharks produce eggs which are usually attached to kelp. Gestation is between 6 to 12 months and as is the case with all sharks, there is no parental care.