10 times the mass of Earth? I don't think there'd be much in the way of terrestrial life there at all, aside from ground cover. That's a lot of weight to lift up, and biologically speaking it's just not feasible. The most you'd get is probably some short, squat plants, or things like plants.
However, I'm going to make one assumption: this planet has oceans. Liquid water oceans to boot - maybe that's Earthling chauvinism, but I'm doing it anyway. And in that case, there would be a lot of life. Consider the kind of pressure exerted by the deep sea on our planet - we get a lot of weird things seen in deep oceans. This planet would have ALL its life like that, except without the lack of visible light. Very few bony animals, lots of things like squid or sponges or tube worms. Actually, those squid things are the most promising candidate for intelligent life - considering how smart our octopuses and cuttlefish are, it's not too far a stretch to assume that if intelligent life were to form on our hypothetical heavy water world, it'd resemble them. And if we assume our squid could have two long tentacles and two medium tentacles plus a lot of short tentacles, and if you squint really hard, they could look humanoid. So I guess there's your answer - "humanoid" life on that planet would be squids.
...I had to work really, really hard not to make a Splatoon joke here.