Shiny Shuckle

Mold Pokémon
Shuckle quietly hides itself under rocks, keeping its body concealed inside its hard shell while eating berries it has stored away. The berries mix with its body fluids to become a juice.

# 213

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58 people rated this shiny Pokémon
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  • Mouse
    guest13 April 2024

    great tbh

  • Wombatopus
    senior9 April 2024

    Love the singular color swap.

  • notmeanguy
    beginner2 April 2024

    Not bad

  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024

    It’s fire

  • Anonymous
    guest21 March 2024

    good blue

  • Anonymous
    guest14 March 2024

    Just a red shell to blue shell doesn't look bad but people go crazy for any shiny that's blue or pink

  • Mew1387
    guest7 March 2024

    Shuckle turned into a Blue Shell!!!

  • ChadamBray
    senior19 February 2024

    Bloo

  • phoelyn
    expert16 February 2024

    Love

  • Linnrhett
    expert6 February 2024

    yeahhhh! shuckle!

  • Anonymous
    guest6 February 2024

    SHUCKLE!!!!

  • Anonymous
    guest27 January 2024

    Funny turtle boi

  • Anonymous
    guest26 January 2024

    Yay. It looks even more like a children's toy.

  • SpikeSoaring
    expert10 January 2024

    SHUCKLE!!!! i love you shuckle. everyone needs to give my mans some respect!!!!!
    it's a nice shade of blue to contrast the original red and t... read more

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More information

Shiny Shuckle

The shiny version of Shuckle in Pokémon GO was released on 17-04-2019.
Shuckle was originally discovered in the Johto region. The main colors of shiny Shuckle are blue, and yellow. The typing of this Pokémon is bug and rock. The Pokédex number of Shuckle is #213. In the dex they call Shuckle the Mold Pokémon

Shuckle quietly hides itself under rocks, keeping its body concealed inside its hard shell while eating berries it has stored away. The berries mix with its body fluids to become a juice. This Pokémon is usually seen open fields, farms, forests, parks, play fields, beaches, ditches, streams, railways and airports and the countryside in general. Also towns, parking lots and near streets or inside rock quarries.

Shuckle belongs to the Shuckle family.

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