Krabby is a Water type Pokemon introduced in Generation I. It evolves into Kingler starting at level 28. Take a look below for 23 awesome and fascinating facts about Krabby.
1. Krabby is a crustacean Pokemon with a strong outer shell protecting its small body.
2. Its upper half is red and has its eyes and two small spikes on the top of its head.
3. Its light tan arms are also connected to its upper body.
4. Its lower body is light tan and doubles as its jaw with two fangs overlapping its upper body.
5. Its hips are visible on the lower front of its body connected to its four long, thin legs. Each leg has a single, claw-like foot.
6. The main features of Krabby’s body are the two large, red pincers at the end of its arms.
7. Krabby uses them as its main form of offense, and as a form of balance.
8. Sometimes, Krabby may lose a claw during battle or have a damaged claw forcibly removed. However, the claw regenerates over a short period.
9. In the wild, Krabby lives near the edge of water in both fresh and salt water.
10. Krabby is most commonly found on beaches where it burrows in the sand.
11. Its main form of defense is creating foam to shroud its body, in order to confuse opponents into thinking that it is bigger than it actually is.
12. As seen in the anime, Krabby generally keeps to itself, but will quickly defend itself if provoked.
13. In the past, Crabhammer was its signature move.
14. Krabby is based on a crab, possibly a sand bubbler crab.
15. Krabby is a corruption of crabby (grouchy or ill-tempered) and a pun on crab.
16. Ash caught a Krabby in Mystery at the Lighthouse. It was transferred to Professor Oak’s lab, and he didn’t use it until Round One – Begin!. After defeating an Exeggutor in its first battle, Krabby evolved into Kingler.
17. A Krabby appeared in The Evolution Solution as a resident of Seafoam Island. It grabbed Slowpoke‘s tail and Psyduck‘s head with its pincers.
18. A Krabby appeared in Expedition to Onix Island! as a resident of a deserted island. It got into trouble with Oshawott and Piplup.
19. A larger-than-average Krabby debuted in Mystery at the Lighthouse, under the ownership of Gary Oak. It briefly reappeared in Showdown at the Po-ké Corral, where Gary compared its size to Ash’s Krabby’s size.
20. A Krabby appeared in Island of the Giant Pokémon.
21. A Krabby appeared in Pikachu’s Vacation as one of the Pokémon seen at the Pokémon Theme Park.
22. A Krabby appeared in Lights, Camera, Quack-tion, as part of the film crew for the movie “Pokémon in Love”.
23. A Krabby appeared in a flashback in The Lost Lapras.