Star Log, Sec. 7, Sub. 10
We came upon a planet that was clearly unfit for humanoid life: not nearly enough oxygen, far too much helium, and too cold in many parts. And yet on its surface we saw what looked like signs of habitation: cities, or at the very least groupings of twisting towers like unicorn horns piercing the sky. The oceans, such as they were, showed flotillas of what we could only call sideways horns. The forests were blue-and-white, but something about the swaying frond-like plants and the long tapering sticks said forest nonetheless.
We sent down our politest greeting probe.