Rated 3.11 out of 5 based on 18 customer ratings
(18 ratings)

Seed Pokémon
There is a large flower on Venusaur’s back. The flower is said to take on vivid colors if it gets plenty of nutrition and sunlight. The flower’s aroma soothes the emotions of people.

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18 ratings for Venusaur

  1. Rated 3 out of 5


    It’s in the same boat as ivysaur, the yellow flower is enough to get it a higher score than bulbasaur but the continuation of the green body stops it from going any higher.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Soy Sauce

    i like it exept the eyes are too yellow

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    I like it

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Shiny Venusaur

Venusaur was released with the game launch on July 6th, 2016. Shiny Venusaur was released on the third Community Day on March 25th, 2018.

Venusaur is a squat, quadrupedal Pokémon with bumpy, blue-green skin. In the shiny version of Venusaur hes colors turn green and yellow. It has small, circular red eyes; a short, blunt snout; and a wide mouth with two pointed teeth in the upper jaw and four in the lower jaw. On top of its head are small, pointed ears with reddish pink insides. It has three clawed toes on each foot. The bud on its back has bloomed into a large pink, white-spotted flower. The flower is supported by a thick, brown trunk surrounded by green fronds. A female Venusaur will have a seed in the center of its flower.

Venusaur uses its flower to catch the sun’s rays to convert them into energy, which causes the flower to become more vibrant. The flower releases a soothing scent that attracts Pokémon and calms emotions. This scent becomes stronger after a rainy day. In the anime, Venusaur has demonstrated the ability to manipulate nature, release several vines from its back, and lead evolution ceremonies for Bulbasaur and Ivysaur. This Pokémon is rarely found in the wild, but it has been known to inhabit grasslands. Its second type is poison, it can shot venomous shots from its flower.

Venusaur belongs to the Bulbasaur family.

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Shiny color