From the Herald Tribune in Florida, USA:
Rare squid draws attention at Mote Marine
By CAROL E. LEE
She made a rare appearance Wednesday, her fourth since a charter fisherman found her floating in 820-foot-deep water off the southern coast of Key West on Feb. 20.
Scientists at Mote have tentatively identified her as Asperoteuthis acanthoderma, a species previously found only in the Pacific Ocean.
The Key West Squid, as they call her, is the first to be discovered in the Atlantic Ocean.
She already has a mention on the Wikipedia Web site and will likely make her way to the Smithsonian Institution at some point.
The squid weighed in at 13.2 pounds and was 61/2 feet long when she arrived at Mote.