Deep-Sea Dragonfish

The deep-sea dragonfish (Stomiidae), also called the barbeled dragonfish, uses it's fang-like teeth to grab prey in its deep-sea environment. Like other deep-sea organisms, dragonfish have bioluminescent photophores and other adaptations that allow them to make do at extreme depths. See a photo of a dragonfish jaw up-close, and see more photos of spectacular deep-sea animals.

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Submitted by Monsignore Frogger (not verified) on

I think here they found a big one: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/22/sea-creature-spain-villaricos-beach-oarfish_n_3791509.html