Shiny Terapagos

Tera Pokémon
Terapagos protects itself using its power to transform energy into hard crystals. This Pokémon is the source of the Terastal phenomenon.

# 1024

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30 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • Lifunia
    expert15 April 2024

    Love this one, it's adorable ♥

  • Anonymous
    guest14 April 2024

    gives an excuse to call it tewoopergos
    sad it is unobtainable tho

  • Levi
    guest14 April 2024


  • Lolo
    guest12 April 2024

    This one melts my frozen heart

  • Ryan
    guest12 April 2024

    It’s perfect.

  • the shiny sprigatito
    guest10 April 2024

    really good shiny, i would definetly hunt this pokemon. i do think, though, that the red eye just looks BAD.

  • Zorubark
    talented9 April 2024

    I love the pink and blue eyes, in general I like it
    also terapagos is so cute, I wish I could revive it's species like that kid did with lati... read more

  • I can’t remember my name
    guest7 April 2024

    I like it but it hurts my eyes

  • Sunny
    guest6 April 2024

    just no, i HATE the way the eyes look on top of the cyan body, it's all so saturated and for what, i feel like my eyes are burning i'm so sorry ter... read more

  • Anonymous
    guest6 April 2024

    Best blue shiny ever!

  • Miraidon1234
    guest6 April 2024

    Wish I could have it

  • Anonymous
    guest3 April 2024

    love it

  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024

    Nice change

  • Duke_77
    talented29 March 2024

    I love the bright blues on top of eachother, it also goes well with the rest of the design.

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Shiny Terapagos

The shiny version of Terapagos in Pokémon GO was released on UNRELEASED.
Terapagos was originally discovered in the Paldea region. The main color of shiny Terapagos is blue. The typing of this Pokémon is normal. The pokédex number of Terapagos is 1024. In the dex they call Terapagos the Tera Pokémon.

Terapagos protects itself using its power to transform energy into hard crystals. This Pokémon is the source of the Terastal phenomenon.

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