Some mysteries of the new species remain unexplained. Especially the interesting non-organic armor and the reproduction. Name: Bergischer asphaltwildernder Huper (Bergischer asphaltpoaching Honker) or Huper in short. Shape: Car-like matroshka design. Lacks of limbs but has tires! The organic inner part, the control unit, is crooked with the non-organic armor made of sheet metal. The accretion can be temporarily raised for reproduction purposes but it seems not for long as the energy deliverance is stored in the armor. Noises and mating call: "Vroom", "Hum", "Honk", "Morn", "Cucn", "Yoongan". Long term analyses have proved the assumption that the Huper is solely focused on reproduction, thus all the noises it makes are mating calls, as well. Other meanings might exist but it can not be verified. Reproduction: Unixesual male. The entire metabolism takes place in the armor, thus mouth and anus serve the reproduction only. The first phase of sexual maturity begins with the age of five and ends with ten. The second phase begins with the age of twenty or above (varies from specimen to specimen) and does not end but with the end of the life circle. A specimen in the second phase uses its mouth and elimination to attract first phase animals with mating calls. Once that is successful, the first phaser enters the second phaser´s armor for the reproduction procedures. Uncoupled from the armor the second phaser sticks its penis-like genital into the anus of the first phaser and begins a pumping process during which he pumps the first phaser´s semen through the genital in a container directly below the genital. Upon accomplishment of the procedure the second phaser unmounts the genital from the anus and squirts the first phaser´s face with the semen. How this might lead to reproduction is still a mystery but it seems there is a small probability that some of the semen enters the first phaser´s inner sex organ through the mouth. That theory is underlined by the many repetitions of the entire procedure in a single fertilization. When the first phaser is considered fertilized it is being ejected from the armor to make place for the next. After 4 - 6 weeks the first phaser ejects the offshoot through the anus. It looks like a matchbox car. Ingestion: The Huper is totally depended on its tribe´s queen. Once a month a Huper meets the queen that injects the energy source into the armor. The source is made of old organic material overdriven by the Hupers. The removal of unused elements takes place in form of a non-stop fart that sounds "vroom" and is also used as mating call. The fart only stops when the Huper is asleep. Social behavior: The Huper is an aggressive predator that only hunts smaller defenseless creatures. Hupers treat each other as enemies and do only tolerate each other in vicinity of a Huper Queen. Their armors are not only supposed to help create organic material for the queen but also to rival other Hupers. Evolution: Changing conditions lead to evolution and the Huper is predicted to look like this in 200 - 300 years: The outer armor will be reduced to a cap whereas the appearance of the organic inner will completely change and grow legs and claws as replacements for the armor´s functionalities. Result and recommendation: It is a dangerous animal and cannot be domesticated. The Huper should be subjected to extinction.