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WP are just... invisible.
Also known as "WP"
Wood Penguins, also known as wood nymphs, are a subspecies of High Penguins. They are able to assume physical bodies identical or similar to High Penguin form and the same size as normal penguins.
Male wood nymphs typically lived in Oak, Elm, Holly, and Rowan trees, while female wood nymphs lived in Beech, Silver Birch, Larch, and Willow trees, although like always, there are exceptions. Each individual Wood Nymph was spiritually bound to one tree and though Tree Penguin could theoretically live forever, once his/her tree was cut down or destroyed, the Wood Penguin bound to it would die and his/her body would disappear into thin air.
In old history scrolls, they were mentioned coming out of the trees. Nowadays, they are rare and often forgotten, even more than HP's. In old, untouched wooded areas, they can still be found.
Ancient scholars describe them as having specific characteristic features of each kind of tree an individual dryad is bound to (beech Wood Penguins as queenly, gracious, and goddess-like, birch dryads as slender, graceful, and limber, oak dryads as wizened and elderly looking, etc), wearing clothes matching the colors of the bark or foliage of their respective trees (beech Wood Penguins wearing fresh transparent green, birch dryads wearing silver, and larch dryads wearing green so bright it looked almost yellow), and having leaves growing on their heads.