The compressed body Black Sea Bass is scientifically called as Centropristis Striata. These fishes belong to the Genus Centropristis and family Serranidae. These fishes are native to the waters of the Western Atlantic Ocean.
The Black Sea Bass is generally seen in the bottom rock waters. The maximum length of these fish is seen 66 centimeters (26 in) with an average length of 30 centimeters (12 in) and weighs approx 4 kilograms (9 lb)
The dorsal fin of the Black Sea Bass has 10 spines and 11 soft rays and is identified with the smoky grey, brown, and at times slight blue on the upper body and fades while coming to the belly part.