California Sheep head belongs to the Wrasse species; this species of fishes is renowned to be unique because of their bright and vibrant colours.
The scientific name of the California Sheep head is Semicossyphus pulcher. The name is given by an American Ichthyologist and Physician Willian Orville Ayres.
These fishes belong to the family of Labridae and are generally found in the waters of Eastern Pacific Ocean ranging from California to Mexico. The average lifespan of these fishes is 20 years and can grow up to 91cm (3ft) in length and weighs approx. 35lb (16kg).