Bonerface, Querbo, Wogger, and the Dinoceros
Before mating, these horny creatures undergo a mating ritual in which the male caresses his horn against the female's back until she accepts him. This process can last several days.
Too paranoid to allow any form of documentation to be taken on them, little is know about these fish, other than that they are extremely skiddish... 
Fly Wogger
This barely mobile reptile spends its life sitting in patches of sunlight all day with its mouth gaping, releasing a scent that attracts flies, their main source of food. To avoid catching the attention of predators, these cold blooded creatures are disguised as tree stumps.
These small, ancient critters are thought to be related to dinosaurs. They scurry along desert plains at extremely high speeds, looking for succulent cacti. Their horn allows them to burst open these guarded plants without harming themselves.