Shiny Snover

Frost Tree Pokémon
In the spring, it grows berries with the texture of frozen treats around its belly.

# 459

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24 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • epyongunpla
    expert23 April 2024

    its cute. nothing crazy.

  • Lifunia
    expert13 April 2024

    It's alright

  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024

    Solid not amazing

  • Shiny Mega Gengar Fan
    guest28 March 2024

    Doesn't change enough for me

  • katt
    guest13 March 2024

    could be better

  • Otter
    guest20 January 2024

    Looks like a tree covered in snow, but now it has icicle-like hands!

  • Anonymous
    guest24 December 2023

    Is cute

  • Anonymous
    guest11 December 2023


  • BrodyThePigBoy
    expert9 December 2023

    Still pretty cool

  • Harrison
    guest7 December 2023

    This shiny is not one of my favs but having caught one in S/V it really looks better in game.

  • Google
    expert9 November 2023

    litle bluer

  • snowy
    guest3 September 2023

    I dont like how the tint changed over the 3d change. the brown belly was way better

  • CattleyaUwU
    guest26 August 2023

    Its beautiful, suits with him

  • purrohlasagna
    expert23 August 2023

    this definitely does not suit this mon

More information

Shiny Snover

The shiny version of Snover in Pokémon GO was released on 24-12-2019.
Snover was originally discovered in the Sinnoh region. The main colors of shiny Snover are blue, brown, and white. The typing of this Pokémon is grass and ice. The Pokédex number of Snover is #459. In the dex they call Snover the Frost Tree Pokémon

In the spring, it grows berries with the texture of frozen treats around its belly. This Pokémon is usually seen near grassy areas, such as golf courses, farms, gardens, or residential areas. Also near water, this does not necessarily have to be frozen water. ice types are seen in cold climates and are featured yearly during the holidays event.

Snover belongs to the Snover family.

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