"They are a pale grey color with light tan accents. Their eyes are tiny black dots on the sides of their heads and mounted on small fins or flaps that many people mistake for their ears. These fin-like eye appendages can fold flat against the head, fan forward, and tilt up or down, effectively providing the Fennodi with a 280 degree field of vision. Slits behind the eye fins are their ears. Along both sides of their face, near the jaw, is a flap of skin with three whisker-like fins. Behind each skin flap are three holes which represent the sensitive nose of the D-bee. The mouth is a tiny slit just above the chin while the Fennodi's large, ridged cranium gives the aliens a long head with minimal (human) features and what some have called a Catfish appearance. The body of these gentle D-bees is tall and slender, typically about seven feet (2.1 m) tall with long, thin fingers, arms and legs. Most Fennodi, males and females, are nomads who like to wander, love the land, tend livestock, and mind their own business. They are the friends of all cowboys, most Indians, Lyn-Srial and welcome all people who come in peace, even Wild Psi-Stalkers (who frequently prey upon Fennodi because of their high P.P.E.). Just as humans often have dogs for pets, the Fennodi are often accompanied by Whisker Coyotes, small, psionic dog-like creatures from the Rifts which have adapted well to the deserts and plains of the southwest (Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Lone Star, and Northern Mexico). The Fennodi's other constant companions are the sacred, crescent-shaped Nymbu staff (a sign of peace and travel) and a smoking pipe. They love to smoke, prefer pipes, and are immune to cancer and carcinogens. They are also fond of horses, cowboy hats, boots, vests and the general appearance of the cowboy."