N ( PL -ophim / -ɒfɪm/ ): Nekophim are marine mammals somehow related
to dolphins and cats. They typically stand between 0.9 to 1.0 meters tall (35 to 40 in),
with a length of about 1.8m (70 in) from the tip of the nose to the end of the tail. Individuals
generally weigh between 48 and 56 kg (106 and 123 lb).
Nekophim can be found worldwide, in shallower seas along the coastline. They can walk on land,
though they tend to spend most of their time on the water. Although nekophim are generally friendly
towards humans, individual behavior can range between extremely playful and curious to reclusive
and aloof, even changing their attitude many times a day.