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Did you know that the california sheephead can weigh up to 36 pounds(16kg).  And their scientific name is Semicossyphus pulcher this fish also lives is the kelp forests is categorised as endangered this essay will inform you well enough to know about this fish.  A fact about the california sheephead body is that they can grow up to three feet (90cm).  Another fact about the fish’s  body is that they can weigh up to 36 pounds(16kg).  Also the males and female sheephead have different patterns and body shape the males are larger and have a black tail and head sections, large, reddish orange mid drifts, red eyes and fleshy bumps on their forehead.  Females are a dull pink with white undersides.  The fish also has an oval shaped, deep and a blunt snout and small almost horizontal mouth.  The dorsal/anal fins have stout, short spines.  And the second spine of the anel fin is bigger than the first spine.  The fishes diet includes sea urchins, mollusks.  They also rather hard shelled animals such as lobsters and crabs.  And they help with pests like rock crabs, acorn barnacles, mussels, clams, and bryozoans, Cal­i­for­nia spiny lob­sters.   The california sheephead lives in mostly kelp forests.  The range of the sheephead is Monterey Bay; California to Sea of Cortez, but not common north of Point Conception except when carried north by warm El Niño currents.  The Sheephead are usually  considered a rocky-reef, kelp-bed species, but they also frequent sand habitats in foraging forays.  The  California sheephead have been known to vary with  environmental conditions.  The sheephead also have overlapping home ranges;they are not usually considered a very territorial species, sheephead can exhibit territorial behavior.   As you can see that the Semicossyphus pulcher is an incredible fish. As a recap the body can grow up to three feet (90cm).  And  can weigh up to 36 pounds(16kg).  They live in mostly kelp forests.  And the range of the fish is Monterey Bay California to the  Sea of Cortez.  And they eat mostly sea urchins, mollusks.  They also rather hard shelled animals such as lobsters and crabs.  That’s the recap of what it eats, its habitat, and last but not least the body.