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25 Fun And Interesting Facts About Wingull From Pokemon

Wingull is a dual type Water and Flying Pokemon introduced in Generation III. It evolves into Pelipper starting at level 25. Take a look below for 25 fun and interesting facts about Wingull.

1. Wingull is a small, white Pokemon similar to a seagull.

2. Its head makes up a large portion of its body, as it appears to lack a neck.

3. It has thin, simplistic eyes, two triangular tufts on top its head, and an orange beak with a hooked, black tip.

4. Three blue-tipped feathers give it a fan-like tail. Its small, orange feet have two webbed toes.

5. Wingull has long, flat wings with light blue stripes near the tips.

6. By extending its wings, it is able to catch updrafts and glide across the sky.

7. It builds its nests on steep cliffs by the sea, and habitually hides prey and valuables in various locations using its beak.

8. In Alola, Wingull’s main predator is Talonflame, which attacks and catches them with powerful kicks.

9. It circles above oceans looking for its favorite food – Wishiwashi – to eat. Fishermen use this skill to locate areas teeming with fish Pokémon. 

10. It also loves to eat Finneon who jump up on the sea surface.

11. Wingull is one of fourteen Pokémon that one could collect foreign Pokédex entries for in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl.

12. Wingull has exactly the same base stats as Taillow, with only their Attack and Special Attack swapped.

13. Wingull appears to be based on a gull, but its method of floating on air currents more closely resembles an albatross.

14. Wingull is a combination of wing and gull.

15. Mr. Briney’s Wingull, nicknamed Peeko, first appeared in On a Wingull and a Prayer!. She was often seen outside of her Poké Ball and has a close relationship with her Trainer, who is the only human she really trusts.

16. A Wingull appeared in The Battlefield of Truth and Love!, where Ash’s Rowlet instructed it to bring its foster family from Melemele Island to Manalo Stadium. It reappeared in Imitation Is the Sincerest Form of Strategy!, where it accomplished its task.

17. A Wingull appeared in Poetry Commotion!, under the ownership of Mr. Moore. Wingull was used to pop a hole in Team Rocket’s balloon as they attempted to escape with Flannery’s Torkoal.

18. Two Wingull appeared in The Great Eight Fate!, under the ownership of Juan. They were two of his Pokémon used in the Sootopolis City Water Exhibit. They and Juan’s other Pokémon were captured by Team Rocket, but they all worked together to escape. It reappeared in a flashback in the next episode.

19. A Wingull appeared in Tag! We’re It…!, under the ownership of Holly. She used it in the Hearthome City Tag Battle Competition, where it battled with Brock’s Sudowoodo against a Bagon and a Yanma. With the help of advice from Brock, they eventually won the match.

20. Multiple Wingull appeared in the Hoopa’s Surprise Ring Adventures short Flying in the Air. They were among the immense Flying-type Pokémon summoned by Hoopa to create wind for Ash and Pikachu, but their combined Gust was too much for them and it sent them blasting off.

21. Wingull debuted in Hoenn Alone!, where it was seen flying above the ship that took Ash to Hoenn.

22. A Wingull appeared in Get the Show on the Road!.

23. Multiple Wingull appeared in A Three Team Scheme!, one of which pecked Professor Birch for disturbing its nest.

24. Three Wingull appeared in A Meditite Fight!.

25. Two Wingull appeared in Abandon Ship! as residents of the Abandoned Ship.

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