Vullowisps are bipedal and quadrupedal creatures. However they prefer to walk on twos, and consider it quite rude to roam around publicly on all fours. At home they do tend to get lazy and walk on all fours. Especially on a lazier day!
They typically have very sturdy thighs and defined glutes (booty)
Vullow heads are very circular, they have a large cranium, containing quite a decent sized brain.
Their ears were twisted backwards from an early development of the species, They don't have the best hearing from the front, but can mostly hear fine! They can hear everything behind them.
Because of their backwards twisted ears, they have developed tremendous eyesight, they can see almost every sudden movement.
Their teeth are sharp in the front for tearing meat, and their back teeth are flat for grinding. They have very large canines, and some even develop an extra set of canines on the top.
Their tongue is forked.
The hand paws of a vullowisp almost look like a dogs paw, but the "dew claw" is brought forward, working as a thumb. The paw pad itself, has taken over the whole palm base. Flat and very soft and smooth, it feels delicate and soft. The feet paws, only have four digits, and are almost very symmetrical.
Fur and Skin
Vullowisp fur can come in the widest range of colors, patterns and texture. Fur can range from Wooly and pink, to silky and black, to soft and blue. Vullowisp skin is smooth and very scaly its whole body covered in soft scales. On almost all vullowisp types the scales are hardly exposed, and only may have a few visible spots around their hands and elbows. Purrmaid vullowisps have patches of visible scales through their thin soft fur.
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