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23 Fascinating And Interesting Facts About Buneary From Pokemon

Buneary is a Normal type Pokemon introduced in Generation IV. It evolves into Lopunny when leveled up with high friendship. Take a look below for 23 fascinating and interesting facts about Buneary.

1. Buneary is a small, bipedal, rabbit like Pokemon with brown ears that can curl up.

2. It has two types of fur covering its body: a light tan fleece that covers much of its lower body, feet, and the tips of its ears, and a smooth chocolate colored pelt on the upper half of its body.

3. It has a small, triangular pink nose, pink paw pads on the undersides of its feet, and small tan spots above its eyes.

4. It has a small brown puff of a tail.

5. If Buneary senses danger, it perks up both ears.

6. It can deliver powerful blows with its curled up ears, and it has an impressive jumping ability. 

7. It can be usually seen with one rolled up ear to swiftly counterattack when needed.

8. On cold nights, Buneary sleeps with its head tucked into its fur.

9. It lives in forests, though it can also be found on icy mountains.

10. It is most likely herbivorous.

11. Buneary also likes to eat certain kinds of flowers found in the wild.

12. Buneary is the only Pokémon to learn the move Frustration by leveling up.

13. Buneary is the only Pokémon with 0 base friendship that isn’t a Legendary or Mythical Pokémon or an Ultra Beast.

14. Buneary and its evolved form share its category with Scorbunny. They are all known as the Rabbit Pokémon.

15. Buneary is based on a rabbit.

16. Buneary is a combination of bunny and ear.

17. Dawn caught a Buneary in Setting the World on Its Buneary!. Rather notably, it has a crush on Ash’s Pikachu.

18. A Buneary appeared in Pikachu and the Pokémon Music Squad. It was among the Pokémon residing in a forest.

19. A Buneary appeared in A Keeper for Keeps?, under the ownership of Lilia. Lilia’s Buneary appeared to develop feelings for Clemont’s Bunnelby.

20. Buneary debuted in a brief cameo in Following A Maiden’s Voyage!.

21. A Buneary appeared in Two Degrees of Separation!, where Dawn tried and failed to catch it.

22. A Buneary appeared in Dawn Of A New Era!, where Dawn tried and failed once again to catch it.

23. A Buneary appeared in the boss fantasy of A Lean Mean Team Rocket Machine!.

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