The Sanddab fish is scientifically named as Citharichthys sordidus. It is a flatfish from the family of Paralichthyidae.
Theses fishes are endemic to the North of the Pacific Ocean ranging from the coast of California to the Sea of Japan.
The size of Sanddab grows to 16 inches, these fishes change their colours and pattern according to their surrounding thus, giving a tight catch to the prey.
It also gives the benefits of both worlds as the camouflage properties of the fish helps these fishes to hide as predators.
Still, these fishes are a preferred catch for sports and commercial fisherman.