# Does sulfur have various allotropes at room temperature?

Recently I had a question in my chemistry test that said:

Which of the following nonmetals does not have multiple allotropes at room temperature?
A) Oxygen
B) Hydrogen
C) Sulfur
D) Phosphorus

The answer was apparently hydrogen, but can't sulfur also be a correct answer? I am judging this just because in my chemistry book it says that rhombic crystalline form exists below $\pu{96^\circ C}$. Monoclinic exists above $\pu{96^\circ C}$. Are there any allotropes of sulfur at room temperature?