The brownbanded bamboo shark (Chiloscyllium punctatum) is an adorable baby that gets a bit less adorable as it ages. Those gorgeous little stripes fade as the shark gets bigger and acquires different camouflage needs.
Those little barbels hanging off their faces are sensory organs, same as with a catfish or a tentacled snake. They use these to locate the little substrate-living invertebrates that they eat. Like nurse sharks and several of the other cute sharks already covered, they use suction rather than biting as a primary means of getting food into their faces.
They’re sedentary when they can get away with it and prefer shallower water; put together with how pretty the babies are, this means they’re popular sharks for aquariums. The pictures with hands up top are actually from when some UK aquarium’s new crop of babies refused to eat if they weren’t hand-fed, because sharks, everybody.