The triplefin snark replaced its ancestor the brute snark in the western coastlines of Wright. Its body has become more streamline and is quick predator. Its 3 dorsal fins cut through the water while its tail fin muscles propel it. Its jaws have improved even more so it can kill its prey in one bite. Even its gills have grown bigger to let in more oxygen. It also has developed a better sense of smell from its gills so it can find injured prey over long distances. Their favorite food are uktank and urchips because they can bite through their shells with ease, while other predators can't.
Like its ancestor it comes into the shallows to spawn its bony egg sacks. Females are larger than males. Females incubate them in in a flesh pouch located near their back fins. Once developed enough these will detach in the shallows. The offspring will them eat through the sacks and get nourishment before having to hunt on their own. When hatched they are miniature versions their parents. Each egg sack cluster has 20 to 40 eggs.