Azumarill is a dual type Water and Fairy Pokemon introduced in Generation II. Prior to Generation VI, it was a pure Water type Pokemon. It evolves from Marill starting at level 18. It is the final form of Azurill. Take a look below for 25 awesome and interesting facts about Azumarill.
1. Azumarill is a blue, bipedal Pokemon that has an ovoid body.
2. The lower half of its body is white with a white, bubble-like pattern above it, which helps to camouflage it in water.
3. It has elongated, rabbit-like ears with red insides and circular eyes.
4. When in the water, it rolls up its ears to prevent the insides from becoming wet.
5. Its arms and feet are short with rounded ends and no discernible digits.
6. It has a black zigzagging tail with a blue, bubble-like tip.
7. Azumarill has highly developed hearing that allows it to hear distances, even when it is underwater.
8. By keeping still and listening closely, it can identity prey even in wild, fast-moving rivers.
9. If Azumarill spots a drowning Pokémon, it will make a balloon out of air that helps them breathe.
10. It lives in rivers and lakes, and can live in the water all day long.
11. In Generation V, Azumarill and Marill are the only Pokémon that can have the Electric type as their sole weakness. This is because of their Hidden Ability Sap Sipper.
12. Azumarill is the only member of its evolutionary line that was not publicly revealed prior to the generation it debuted in.
13. Azumarill may be based on a combination of a rabbit and a beach ball or possibly a personal flotation device or lifebuoy.
14. It could be also possibly based on the swamp rabbits, which have a strong preference for wet areas (such as cypress swamps, marshes, floodplains, and river tributaries) and that will take to the water and swim.
15. Azumarill’s water-like splash pattern may reflect from the camouflage of countershading of aquatic animals such as sharks and penguins, being that they have a dark coloration on top to match the dark water underneath and a white coloration on their under to match the sunlight from above.
16. Azumarill is a combination of azure (a shade of blue) or azul (Spanish and Portuguese for blue), Marill, and possibly rill (a small river or brook).
17. A female Azumarill debuted in Love, Totodile Style, under the ownership of Trixie. It is among the Pokémon she uses in her circus, and became the target of Team Rocket. It was also the love interest of both Ash’s Totodile and Trixie’s Golduck, though she reciprocated the feelings of only the latter.
18. An Azumarill is one of the friends of the Pichu Brothers. It appeared in Trouble in Big Town, Of Meowth and Pokémon (Part 1), Big Meowth, Little Dreams, and Pichu Bros. in Party Panic. It also made a cameo appearance in Giratina and the Sky Warrior.
19. An Azumarill appeared in Tie One On!, under the ownership of Jackson. It first got into an altercation with Ash’s Pokémon over possession of an apple. Jackson then used it against Ash in the Silver Conference; it went up against Pikachu and was soon defeated by Thunder.
20. An Azumarill appeared in PK13, where it was about to perform a song in the Summer Festival before a wild Skarmory kidnapped it.
21. An Azumarill appeared in Shapes of Things to Come, under the ownership of Paul. He used it during his battle at the Oreburgh Gym, where it went up against Roark’s Geodude and lost to its Rollout despite having the type advantage. In the next episode, Paul was revealed to have given it away to a passing Trainer.
22. An Azumarill appeared in The Pirates of Decolore!. It was a powerful and eager member of Croconaw’s pirate gang, who had no problems with stealing food from humans. It battled Ash’s Snivy and Pignite alongside Croconaw but was defeated. However, it did assist in the rescue of the Darumaka before happily joining Officer Jenny.
23. An Azumarill appeared in The Heartbreak of Brock as one of the Pokémon living at Temacu’s father’s lab.
24. A Trainer’s Azumarill appeared in The Big Balloon Blow-Up, where it was among the Pokémon competing in the Pokémon Balloon Race.
25. A Trainer’s Azumarill appeared in Dueling Heroes as one of the Pokémon participating in the Whirl Cup.