SB 4.14.44

kāka-kṛṣṇo ’tihrasvāṅgo
 hrasva-bāhur mahā-hanuḥ
hrasva-pān nimna-nāsāgro
 raktākṣas tāmra-mūrdhajaḥ
Synonyms: 
kāka-kṛṣṇaḥ — as black as a crow; ati-hrasva — very short; aṅgaḥ — his limbs; hrasva — short; bāhuḥ — his arms; mahā — big; hanuḥ — his jaws; hrasva — short; pāt — his legs; nimna — flat; nāsa-agraḥ — the tip of his nose; rakta — reddish; akṣaḥ — his eyes; tāmra — copperlike; mūrdha-jaḥ — his hair.
Translation: 
This person born from King Vena’s thighs was named Bāhuka, and his complexion was as black as a crow’s. All the limbs of his body were very short, his arms and legs were short, and his jaws were large. His nose was flat, his eyes were reddish, and his hair copper-colored.