The Cabezon fish is also called as Scorpaenichthys marmoratus in its scientific name. These belong to the family of Cottidae and Scorpaenichthys genus.
The Cabezon fishes are endemic to the North American Pacific Coast. The length of these fishes is around 3 ft 2 inches and a weight of approx. 31 lb. The fishes are generally seen in the colors browns, greens, and reds.
These fishes have 11 spines on the dorsal fin and a snout spine before the eye. While in the waters, these fishes eat crustaceans, mollusks, fishes and fish eggs.