You guys....this is SO COOL!  Apparently this fish, which has a TRANSPARENT HEAD, has been known since the 1930's, but scientists just got video and photos of it for the first time.  It's scientific name is Macropinna microstoma.

The eyes (the green blobs inside the head, and the green appears to be an artifact of exposure to bright lights) appear to be looking "up", but can be rotated if necessary.  So it's a nice touch that the fish, of course, generally looks for prey above it.  Some more pictures can be found here, courtesy of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute.