One of the Marine Biologists' little cousin named it " Ninja LanternShark.
"We felt those unique characteristics would make this species stealthy like a ninja. The common name was actually proposed by my little cousin," scientist Vicky Vásquez told Mashable
The Ninja LanternShark has jet black skin that contains light-producing chemicals responsible for its glowing apperance in the deep sea water.
The species scientific name is "Etmoterus Benchleyi, in honor of the writer of Jaws' Peter Benchley
source: The Weather Network