Ñedsu are a dog-like mammal on Ke Bakil.
Slender, sure-footed beasts with thin legs, black lips and silvery, scaled bodies, ñedsu are trained to track prey by scent. They work as a pack, but when they lose the scent, each ones hunts alone, calling the others with a piping ululation when it finds its quarry.
Ñedsu moan when in pursuit of prey, and wail when attacking prey directly. The growl of a ñedsu sounds like the snickering of laughter of vicious anadi.