Feraligatr is a Water type Pokemon introduced in Generation II. It evolves from Croconaw starting at level 30. It is the final form of Totodile. Take a look below for 25 interesting and fascinating facts about Feraligatr.
1. Feraligatr is a bulky, bipedal, crocodilian Pokemon with blue scales.
2. It has large, powerful jaws lined with several sharp fangs.
3. Three teeth are visible when its jaws are closed: two in its lower jaw and one in its upper.
4. Its eyes are red with black markings around them and ridges above them and its lower jaw is yellow.
5. There are three red spines on its body, each with three points: one on top of its head, one between its shoulders, and one near the tip of its tail.
6. There are also several groups of large scales on its arms, knees, tail, and waist.
7. Its back is slightly hunched with ridges behind the shoulders and hips.
8. On its lower body is a yellow, V-shaped marking that extends up to its thighs; there is a thin line through the center of the marking.
9. Its arms have five clawed fingers and its feet three clawed toes.
10. Feraligatr opens its powerful jaws to intimidate its foes and viciously shakes its head once it clamps down on foes or prey.
11. Because it has difficulty supporting its weight out of water, it has been known to move on all fours. However, when hunting or fighting it is agile and fast, due to its powerful hind legs.
12. Feraligatr can rarely be found living near the water’s edge.
13. Feraligatr reaches its final evolutionary form earlier than any other starter Pokémon, at level 30. However, Totodile evolves at level 18, the latest of any basic starter Pokémon, tied with Turtwig.
14. Feraligatr shares the same base stat values with Blastoise, but differently attributed.
15. Feraligatr is the only fully evolved Johto starter to appear in PokéPark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure.
16. Like Totodile and Croconaw, Feraligatr is based on a crocodilian. It visually resembles an alligator.
17. Feraligatr is a combination of feral and alligator. It may also derive from ferocious. The shortening of “gator” into gatr is most likely a result of the ten-character limit on English Pokémon names in Generation II.
18. Wani-Wani is a Feraligatr owned by Marina, which she received in The Legend of Thunder! as a Totodile. Its most recent appearance was in A Stand-Up Sit-Down!.
19. Feraligatr made its main series debut in Ring Masters, under the ownership of Raiden. He entered it as a competitor in Rikishii Town’s Sumo Conference. During the competition, it battled and defeated a Golem and a Blastoise before being defeated by Ash and his Snorlax, who both used impressive improvisations in order to win.
20. A Feraligatr appeared in The Perfect Match!, under the ownership of a Trainer participating in the Whirl Cup. Trinity battled it during the Whirl Cup, but the match was initially interrupted by Team Rocket. After Feraligatr worked together with Trinity’s Golduck, Misty’s Poliwhirl, and Ash’s Totodile to defeat Team Rocket, it finished the battle off-screen, emerging victorious.
21. A Feraligatr appeared in The Blue Badge of Courage, under the ownership of Kinso. It was sent out with the intent of battling Misty’s Corsola. However, the battle was called off when Psyduck came out instead and was scared by Feraligatr, which left Kinso highly disappointed in Misty’s respectability as a Water-type Gym Leader.
22. A Feraligatr appeared in Pokémon Ranger: Heatran Rescue!, where Ben summoned a Feraligatr twice using Ranger Signs. The first time was to rescue him from falling, and the second time was to rescue him again at a volcano and then use Ice Beam on it.
23. A Feraligatr appeared in Genesect and the Legend Awakened as a resident of Pokémon Hills. It was the first Pokémon to try to fight the Genesect Army and break into the nest. It also assisted in putting out the fire that broke out as a result of the battle.
24. Feraligatr debuted in Trouble in Big Town, where it helped Pichu Big, Magby, and Smoochum get out of some water.
25. A Feraligatr appeared in A Claim to Flame!, under the ownership of a male Trainer participating in a qualifying match for the Silver Conference.