A Soupfin shark is also called as School shark, Tope Shark, and Snapper Shark! It belongs to the family of Triakidae and is found at the depth of about 800m. The size of the fish can grow to nearly 2m.
The shape of the face of the fish has an elongated snout and a small body size. The school fish is dark blueish grey in the upper dorsal surfaces and white on their ventral surfaces. The younger fishes have small black markings on their fins.
Soupfin Sharks like to travel across the global waters and evidence suggests that these have had traveled distances about 1,200 km a few times.
The Soupfin Sharks/school shark is a prominent meat dish in several parts of the world including the Mexican cuisine, Greek cuisine, and a few more.