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23 Awesome And Interesting Facts About Vibrava From Pokemon

Vibrava is a dual type Ground and Dragon Pokemon introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Trapinch starting at level 35 and evolves into Flygon starting at level 45. Take a look below for 23 awesome and interesting facts about Vibrava.

1. Vibrava is a dragonfly like Pokemon.

2. It has a small head with two yellow antennae and green bulging eyes with black oval-shaped pupils.

3. Its mouth has two large white teeth protruding from each side.

4. It has a skinny yellow body, four skinny black legs with slender feet, and four green, rhombus-shaped wings with black edges.

5. There are similarly-colored rhombus shapes at the end of its tail. 

6. Vibrava’s wings are not fully developed, so it is unable to fly very far. However, it is able to create vibrations and ultrasonic waves with its wings.

7. Humans get headaches from these waves.

8. After causing prey to faint, as a saprotroph, it spits stomach acid to melt its prey before consumption.

9. Vibrava calls the desert home and is also known to preserve its captured prey in the desert’s hot sands.

10. Vibrava shares its category with Palpitoad and Seismitoad. They are all known as the Vibration Pokémon.

11. Vibrava and its evolution are the only Dragon-type Pokémon belonging in the Bug Egg Group.

12. As of Generation VIII, Vibrava and its evolutionary relatives are the only Pokémon that are in the Bug and Dragon egg groups.

13. Vibrava’s base Attack stat is lower than that of its pre-evolution, but it returns to the original stat when it evolves into Flygon.

14. Vibrava represents the adult stage of an antlion, though it seems to draw more visual inspiration from mayflies, possibly nodding to the Japanese word for an adult antlion, usuba-kagerou, or “thin-winged mayfly”. Combined with an antlion’s resemblance to a dragonfly, Vibrava’s typing suggests that it may also draw inspiration from sanddragons.

15. Vibrava may be a combination of vibrate (to shake rapidly) and larva. It may also derive from Vibra.

16. Multiple Vibrava made their main series debut in Beg, Burrow and Steal. Dozens of Trapinch were seen evolving into them at an underground lake. Team Rocket attempted to steal the Vibration Pokémon despite the fact the idea Meowth had of using their previous forms as nutcrackers was now foiled.

17. A Vibrava appeared in Spontaneous Combusken, under the ownership of Brianna. It was used in the Battle Stage of the Chrysanthemum Contest.

18. Multiple Vibrava debuted in Jirachi: Wish Maker.

19. A Vibrava appeared in Hi Ho Silver Wind!, under the ownership of a Coordinator participating in the Hoenn Grand Festival.

20. A Coordinator’s Vibrava appeared in Harley Rides Again.

21. A Vibrava appeared in Pokémon Ranger and the Kidnapped Riolu! Part 1 and Part 2.

22. A Trainer’s Vibrava appeared in A Relay in the Sky!, where it was a participant in the Pokémon Sky Relay. It was in a team also consisting of Ninjask and Shedinja.

23. Five Vibrava appeared in Deceiving Appearances!, where they were among the Pokémon seen at Aether Paradise.

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