Here you can see a Salmon Shark. It is closely related to the Porbeagle Shark.
If we take the same photo of the Salmon shark (pictured left), you can see the similarities to the Porbeagle Shark (pictured right), particularly in the eyes.
By Chris_huh - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2827925
This is the range of the Salmon Shark. Generally this shark resides anywhere from surface level to 500 ft. below sea level. On occasion this shark has been known to come inshore.
The Salmon Shark (pictured left) also has a close relation to the Great White Shark (pictured right).
Here is a helpful guide that shows the shark's second keel, which helps strengthen the tail. It also helps streamline the shark. This is an important characteristic that helps them swim at speeds of up to 50 mph./80.4 kph.!
The Salmon Shark's prey includes... Salmon! It also includes other animals like squid (pictured right).