Body structure:Body height: As tall as humans.
Eyes : Similar to those of humans but more elongate and with bigger pupils. The colours of the eyes reach from blue, brown, black to rust colours.
Hair coat: Middle strong. The eye catcher on both male and female is a hair comb going from the neck to the backside along the spine. The dhàrdhats people have more hair than humans and it is thicker than hours.
Extremities: 5 clawed fingers on each hand - long, thin and slightly curved claws. 8 clawed toes on each foot - 6 normal toes and 2 toes for the right grip especially on trees and on the ground.
Skin: Smoothy, brown-grey-green. Shades and intensity of colours are individually.
Body composition: Upper body - long and thin, backside is big and has the shape of a pear (females and males), thigs are strong, the calfs are thin and athletic. They have foldings on neck, belly and backside. The older they get the more foldings they have.
Ears: long and pointed.
Teeth: Triangular and peaky - looking a little bit like those of sharks.
More slim than femals.
Thicker hair coat/ more hair.
Tend more to foldings on neck, belly and (hairy) backside.
- Mainly in scandinavial countries, Central Europe. Only few in North and South America.
- Density of population: ca. 1.3 Mio.
Living habits:Dhàrdhats live in spruce woods, in grassy velds. They are nomads and are living in yurts. Today lots of them are not longer able to live on the traditional way, because the spread of humanity.
They mark their roomy territory with boundary marks, which e.g. look like roots and have the shape of the emblem of the clan. That can be e.g. the watching dog, the sleeping dog, the running dog...All together asselmble from time to time to a big convention, where they exchange information.
Like Gniri they are organized in Clans. Gniri have families with husbands wifes and children - but Dhàrdhats not! They don't practise marriage, but combine with each other dependig on the hierarchical rank. The chief of the clan and his children decide who is combining with who. They come first, so the most children are from them. Combinations with cousins and other relatives are not forbidden like in human societies. The children are growing within the community and are educated within the community. The relation the children have are not bent on the biological mother and father like in our societies.
Lots of clans have the problem that hey have not enough children or mainly girls or mainly boys.
They wear leather cloths, the furs of animals and cloths made by fibres of plants. In winter they depend more strongly on warming cloths than Gniri because their hair coat is not strong enough.
Dhàrdhats eat everything that is growing in nature and not poisonous: wild fruits, roots, insects and meat of different animals e.g. deer. They like to eat their meat raw - because it has lots of life energy, for winter they conserve it.
Lots of those people belong to old nobile dynasties, are savants or the clerical institution of druidity. Especially in the scandinavian countries you find those society structures, which have a tradition of thousands of years. These people are not nomands, but live in buildings similar those to humans. A part of them are above, others under the earth. They tend to live in winter under earth because there it is more warm.
They wear cotton and wool, and their clothes are composed by a number of tissue stripes in different shapes, which are combined one to another.
Here you see a picture of a traditional summer party dress:
Religion:Like other nature people species too they worship their ancestors. They have lots of myths and legends where historical people became creatures with godlike powers. They are worshiped very much, and their lessons of wisdom are taught from one generation to another.
Dhàrdhats pilger to holly places:
That may be areas where wise women live, areas ofhistorical importance and those which are impressed by powerfull ghosts of nature. They believe, like Gniri, in mother nature, but their religion is decentralized and not bound on a certain holly area. Their belief is more related to historical events and less to gods.