His name is 'Zorro'. He's a shark - a 'zebra' shark, to be precise.
A resident at the London aquarium, he was shipped off to Great Yarmouth today - to see if his 'reputation' amounts to anything.
Dan Hewitt has the story
Zorro is the London Aquarium's resident zebra shark is a big draw with visitors, but he has failed to produce any offspring.
So, he is off for a holiday to an aquarium in Great Yarmouth where it is hoped he willl be a hit with Athena, the resident female zebra shark there
The London Aquarium is lending its zebra shark to the Great Yarmouth Sea Life Centre with the aim of some fishy romance.
Zorro arrived in London from Belgium in 2009 but has never produced any offspring.
The six year old shark will be shipped off to Great Yarmouth today in the hope that he will mate with Athena, the resident female zebra shark at the aquarium there.