Shiny Spinda (9)

Spot Panda Pokémon
All the Spinda that exist in the world are said to have utterly unique spot patterns. The shaky, tottering steps of this Pokémon give it the appearance of dancing.

# 327-9

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17 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • JoshCatchShiny
    beginner30 June 2024

    What is it with the green “bear” Pokémon? Make more sense with this one than Ursaring. Almost like vomit from spinning.

  • Golispod lover
    guest19 June 2024

    Broken heart💔

  • CardinalFoolery
    expert5 June 2024

    okay the broken heart is really cool but

    I wanna get off mr spinda's wild ride

  • Shiny Mega Gengar Fan
    guest3 May 2024

    The heart is cool but the barf green isnt

  • epyongunpla
    expert29 April 2024

    im glad that there's. only 9. the broken heart pattern seems so unique. was this an event pokemon or something?

  • Laure
    guest12 April 2024


  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024


  • Anonymous
    guest17 March 2024

    The heart improves it a bit. But it's still a bad shiny

  • phoelyn
    expert18 February 2024

    Me and my broken heart

  • fnafiscool87
    expert13 February 2024

    I love how the pattern changes

  • purrohlasagna
    expert23 August 2023

    It's just really great and very rare since finding two shiny copies with the exact pattern would be literally impossible to acomplish
    And the... read more

  • Britta
    guest23 August 2023

    This Pokémon is in Pokémon emreld!

  • Hulky
    guest13 June 2023

    The heart is cool

  • Anonymous
    guest15 March 2022

    I love that the pattern changes for the shiny version

More information

Shiny Spinda (9)

The shiny version of Spinda (9) in Pokémon GO was released on 14-02-2021.
Spinda (9) was originally discovered in the Hoenn region. The main colors of shiny Spinda (9) are green, and white. The typing of this Pokémon is normal. The Pokédex number of Spinda (9) is #327-9. In the dex they call Spinda (9) the Spot Panda Pokémon

All the Spinda that exist in the world are said to have utterly unique spot patterns. The shaky, tottering steps of this Pokémon give it the appearance of dancing. 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.

Spinda (9) belongs to the Spinda family.

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