The centurion, like all Delphinite animals, is radially symmetrical with seven limbs. Four limbs serve as articulated legs, and three interspersed limbs are positioned to serve as arms. Its head consists of a small beaked mouth ringed by eyes on a long, prehensile neck. At rest, this member is retraded face-up into the centurion’s thick torso, but it can extend its mouth and eyes almost a meter from the body. Overall, the creature is about a meter and a half in height, and its spindly legs span a distance of about two meters. In profile the centurion looks a little like a squatting humanoid with a long, thin neck and a tiny head.