Those living near the surface often look more like humans with very tame scaling on their skin. They are also smaller in size and usually have a very slim and androgynous build. Many of them are noted to look somewhat fragile, but this is because vetehi generally prefer strangling their victim with their tails, hence not needing much muscle mass on their upper body.
Those living deeper (deep sea vetehi) are often more feral-looking and might have glowing parts and even extra arms. They generally look more monstrous than their smaller surface variants but still clearly resemble humans when it comes to their humanoid half. The very oldest deep sea vetehi look considerably more dragon than human and are said to be many, many generations old.
Vetehi children have very small horns usually blending under their hair, but the horns start growing larger when they are teenagers. They usually resemble corals in terms of shape but sometimes other variations can be seen. Horns are rarely perfectly symmetric.
More about appearance can be read from the trait list