Sudowoodo has a brown, log-shaped body with some yellow spots on it. It has short legs with toe-less feet. Sudowoodo has club (♣) shaped hands that remain green year-round. Sudowoodo has a forked "branch" on top of its head. Despite its plant-like appearance, its body is actually made of rock.
A female has shorter "branches" on the top of its head.
Sudowoodo pretends to be a plant, but it is afraid of water. Its composition is closer to a rock than to a plant.
Sudowoodo can be found living in forests, but finding one can sometimes be a little tricky as Sudowoodo have the aforementioned habit of pretending to be a tree in order to blend in with their surroundings.
However, during winters, Sudowoodo's camouflage fails. Its forearms remain green, even in winter, thus it is easy to tell it from true trees. This may cause massive migrations of Sudowoodo to more southern areas, where the winter may not affect its camouflage.