Rithel are similar in many ways to your description of humans, Riley.
Our hands have four fingers each, where three have more limited ranges of movement, and one, called a thumb, has a greater range of movement and is on the side of the hand closer to the body. They have the same number of joints as the other fingers (three) but we might just be counting them differently. Our fingertips are half-covered by hard, protective plates, which we call nails. Our feet have four toes each, and also have nails, but are otherwise as you describe.
We have eyes and ears that match your description. Rithel do not have noses between our eyes and mouths. We use our mouths to eat, breathe, and speak, but in addition to tongues, they contain structures we call teeth, which are small bony protrusions from the upper and lower jaw, that we use to chew and bite solid food, filter the air being breathed, and make some of the noises used in speech. We also have structures we call antennae, which are long and thin, above our eyes on our heads, which we use to smell and feel air, and to feel things in more detail.