The sharkopath are an advanced pack-hunting descendant of the shark that can grow up to 13 ft. in length and hunt in packs of dozens of individuals, unlike modern sharks.
They can swim at speeds of over 25 mph (40 km/h) and have powerful jaws with steely teeth, and the force of 40,000 pounds per square inch. They have specialized ridges around their heads packed with sense organs. They can tell the location of their prey via bio-luminescent patches that run along their flanks that glow faster when closer to the prey item.
As soon as a sharkopath detects prey it turns towards it. When the rest of the pack notice the signal, they will immediately turn to the same direction as one. These features and expert pack coordination help make it possible for a pack of sharkopaths to hunt down and kill prey ranging from silverswimmers to the massive rainbow squid, which are many times their size. and they are one of main prey items for galeosaurus.