OK, not really, just an origami zebra.
This model is designed by John Montroll, to be folded from one square sheet of origami paper (as usual, no cutting or gluing). It is a great example of how to take advantage of the fact that most origami paper has two colors: usually white on one side, and a solid color or a pattern on the other side. Here, Montroll has done a great job of designing the model so that the black paper only shows up in little stripes. I folded and left one of these in the Art Parlour at The Annie; it may still be there, on a windowsill.