Shiny Buneary

Rabbit Pokémon
The reason it keeps one ear rolled up is so it can launch a swift counterattack if it's attacked by an enemy.

# 427

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Ratings
30 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • Lolo
    guest12 April 2024

    Buneary

  • Anonymous
    guest10 April 2024

    Super cute!

  • Anonymous
    guest9 April 2024

    SMASH SMASH SMASH

  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024

    Overrated

  • Shiny Gengar Fan
    guest28 March 2024

    Its decent I guess

  • Anonymous
    guest25 March 2024

    I love her she’s a little angel 👼

  • Bunearybro
    guest17 March 2024

    Like you😍

  • Anonymous
    guest17 March 2024

    My favorite Pokémon, she’s so cute. And pink been my favorite color, I simply love. She’s just a baby

  • Lazy Mudkip
    talented2 March 2024

    Hard to go wrong with a pink shiny

  • Anonymous
    guest11 January 2024

    SO cute!

  • SpikeSoaring
    expert10 January 2024

    pink baby :]

  • Anonymous
    guest16 December 2023

    Mijn favoriete in het begin. Roze flaperende suikerspinnen

  • Anthony
    guest11 December 2023

    Cute10 pink fur fits happiness 10 adorable 10

  • Donald T
    guest11 November 2023

    The best ever.

More information

Shiny Buneary

The shiny version of Buneary in Pokémon GO was released on 16-04-2019.
Buneary was originally discovered in the Sinnoh region. The main colors of shiny Buneary are brown, and pink. The typing of this Pokémon is normal. The Pokédex number of Buneary is #427. In the dex they call Buneary the Rabbit Pokémon

The reason it keeps one ear rolled up is so it can launch a swift counterattack if it's attacked by an enemy. This Pokémon is usually seen normal Pokémon are the most common and are found in every climate. Look within parking lots, cities, schools, parks and anywhere with a decent sized population.

Buneary belongs to the Buneary family.

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