Individual Jindas are distinguished by the tufts of red hair that sprout from their heads and the tan fur that covered the rest of their bodies, as well as their seemingly boundless energy. No matter the size or shape of an individual, each Jinda seems equally playful and happy. When threatened or during performances, male Jindas can puff out their necks, exposing red bands that help make the Jinda look bigger than they really are. As a race, Jindas are herbivores, using their blunt teeth to tear and grind all sorts of plant matter. They are also fond of entertainment, and are capable of performing any number of acts and routines. Although the Jindas are regarded as excellent storytellers, their poor memories often lead to more embellishment of a story than an accurate retelling.