A set of 2 - 4 horns that grow from the nose ridge, curling inward, ourward, or in really any direction. Original thought of as an aesthetic choice, when we learned it was a natural growth it was immediately sought out in any individual who would bear it.
A babs horns grow up to a certain height naturally, stopping their growth and staying healthy and dense. There have been anomalies recorded of babs whose horns don't know to stop growing, allowing for odd plates to form at the base, as through the horns are trying to regrow from step one. The plates give the horns a strange blossoming appearance.