Shiny Silcoon

Cocoon Pokémon
Silcoon tethers itself to a tree branch using silk to keep from falling. There, this Pokémon hangs quietly while it awaits evolution. It peers out of the silk cocoon through a small hole.

# 266

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Ratings
23 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • Marlee
    guest21 June 2024

    Love it 😍

  • CardinalFoolery
    expert2 June 2024

    eh

  • Moofiegoo
    guest21 May 2024

    Color pallet is so cute, and makes a cute bug pokemon even more cute.

  • epyongunpla
    expert29 April 2024

    kind of looks like cheese.

  • yummy yummy!
    guest10 April 2024

    looks like orange mochi :D

  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024

    It’s whatever

  • B.E
    guest23 March 2024

    B: i like the golden colors
    E: noice

  • Anonymous
    guest23 March 2024

    COCONUT

  • Anonymous
    guest16 March 2024

    The orange makes the eyes look weird

  • Rea
    guest20 January 2024

    reminds me of Giratinas shiny pallets kinda

  • BlytheWestchild
    expert23 December 2023

    It's ok, easy to spot

  • Salazzledazzle
    guest12 November 2023

    I'm Irish and I like potatoes

  • glowsticks
    beginner12 October 2023

    its eyes are staringg into my soul it is rather unsettling

  • Wooperlover
    guest1 October 2023

    Uh oh I thought it was an orange I ate him

More information

Shiny Silcoon

The shiny version of Silcoon in Pokémon GO was released on 03-01-2020.
Silcoon was originally discovered in the Hoenn region. The main color of shiny Silcoon is orange. The typing of this Pokémon is bug. The Pokédex number of Silcoon is #266. In the dex they call Silcoon the Cocoon Pokémon

Silcoon tethers itself to a tree branch using silk to keep from falling. There, this Pokémon hangs quietly while it awaits evolution. It peers out of the silk cocoon through a small hole. This Pokémon is usually seen open fields, farms, forests, parks, play fields, beaches, ditches, streams, railways and airports and the countryside in general.

Silcoon belongs to the Wurmple family.

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