the bermuda depths

The Bathysphere intacta (also known as the Giant Dragonfish) was only ever seen once, by William Beebe of the coast of Bermuda at a depth of 2,100 feet on November 22, 1932. It was described much like a dragon fish, except it was 6 feet long - while normal dragon fish grow up to 2 feet long. Beebe also said that the fish had bright pale blue colored lights along its body as well as two long tentacle-like appendages tipped with blue or red lights.