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Pikipek resembles a small woodpecker. It is black in color, with white feathers, blue eyes, and red stripe atop its head and plumage, which is mainly black. It has a grey, black-tipped beak, as well as grey feet.
Pikipek drill holes in trees for food storage. However, they also adore small, shiny objects, and will take these and store them in the aforementioned food holes.
Pikipek is capable of pecking 16 times in a single second.