Shiny Barboach

Whiskers Pokémon
Barboach's sensitive whiskers serve as a superb radar system. This Pokémon hides in mud, leaving only its two whiskers exposed while it waits for prey to come along.

# 339

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17 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • Purrsina
    trainer22 May 2024

    Such a good shiny probably one of my favorites I wish that Whiscash's shiny was more similar to Barboach.

  • Shiny Mega Gengar Fan
    guest3 May 2024

    It's alright. Nothing crazy

  • epyongunpla
    expert29 April 2024

    this shade of yellow is butter to me

  • Wombatopus
    senior9 April 2024

    Such a good shiny. Too bad the evolution does it dirty.

  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024

    Better than evo

  • no
    guest27 March 2024

    I like it but its not better than normal barbroach.

  • Anonymous
    guest19 March 2024

    nice stands out from its standerd form

  • Anonymous
    guest18 March 2024

    It's alright I guess. Nothing crazy

  • Anonymous
    guest22 January 2024

    Dont like the pokemon but appreciate the gold and white

  • Psimply
    guest8 December 2023

    Not half bad, The Soft Yellow Tone brings flavor into it

  • Salazzledazzle
    guest13 November 2023

    A solid shiny, looks like it got some yellow seaweed on it.

  • Cavie
    expert1 November 2023

    It's pretty neat, but i like Whiscash shiny more, it's more unique.

  • Anonymous
    guest11 September 2023

    the yellow is really adorable but i think brown would have been cooler

  • Starlight
    guest26 August 2023

    My first ever shiny, when I didn’t even know shiny Pokémon existed. Almost didn’t catch it.

More information

Shiny Barboach

The shiny version of Barboach in Pokémon GO was released on 23-08-2019.
Barboach was originally discovered in the Hoenn region. The main colors of shiny Barboach are gold, and white. The typing of this Pokémon is ground and water. The Pokédex number of Barboach is #339. In the dex they call Barboach the Whiskers Pokémon

Barboach's sensitive whiskers serve as a superb radar system. This Pokémon hides in mud, leaving only its two whiskers exposed while it waits for prey to come along. This Pokémon is usually seen open fields, beaches, ditches, streams, railways and airports. Also near bodies of water, including streams, rivers, lakes, beaches, oceans, or harbors.

Barboach belongs to the Barboach family.

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