50 Things That You Didn’t Know About Bulbasaur

List of Bulbasaur facts:-

Bulbasaur is a dual-type Grass/Poison Pokémon.

It is the first Pokémon in the National Pokédex.

Bulbasaur is a starter Pokémon in the Kanto region, alongside Charmander and Squirtle.

Its name is a combination of “bulb” and “dinosaur”.

Bulbasaur’s height is 2 feet and 4 inches (0.7 meters).

Its weight is 15.2 pounds (6.9 kilograms).

Bulbasaur’s Japanese name is “Fushigidane”, which translates to “mysterious bulb”.

Bulbasaur has a bulb on its back that grows as it absorbs sunlight, which is a sign of its health.

It can also use the bulb to attack with powerful moves like Solar Beam and Energy Ball.

Bulbasaur’s signature move is “Leech Seed”, which plants a seed on the opponent and slowly drains their health.

Bulbasaur can learn a variety of moves like Vine Whip, Razor Leaf, and Poison Powder.

It evolves into Ivysaur at level 16.

Bulbasaur’s Hidden Ability is “Chlorophyll”, which doubles its speed in sunny weather.

Bulbasaur has appeared in every main series Pokémon game to date.

Its appearance in the anime was in the first episode “Pokémon – I Choose You!”.

Ash’s Bulbasaur is one of the most well-known Pokémon in the series and is often seen outside of its Poké Ball.

In the Pokémon Adventures manga, the character Green (Blue in the English version) starts with a Bulbasaur as her starter Pokémon.

Bulbasaur has appeared in the Super Smash Bros. series as a Poké Ball summon.

It is also a playable character in the spin-off game “Pokkén Tournament DX”.

In the Pokémon Trading Card Game, Bulbasaur has been featured on multiple cards with different art and abilities.

In the game “Pokémon Snap”, Bulbasaur can be found in the River and Cave levels.

Bulbasaur’s cry in the Pokémon games is a unique blend of a frog’s croak and a bird’s chirp.

Bulbasaur has been referenced in popular culture, such as in the TV series “The Simpsons”.

The Bulbasaur line has the most moves of any starter Pokémon.

It is the only starter Pokémon that is not completely bipedal.

In the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series, Bulbasaur is one of the few Pokémon who can learn the move “Frenzy Plant”.

Bulbasaur’s base stats are 45 HP, 49 Attack, 49 Defense, 65 Special Attack, 65 Special Defense, and 45 Speed.

Its Shiny form is a light shade of green instead of its usual bright green color.

In the video game “Pokémon Stadium”, Bulbasaur can be seen dancing to the music in the background.

In the Pokémon world, Bulbasaur is considered to be a rare and valuable Pokémon.

Bulbasaur’s bulb on its back is not just for show – it also helps it survive in the wild by providing a source of nutrients.

Its bulb is said to glow blue during times of growth and evolution.

Bulbasaur is based on a frog or a toad, as well as a plant or a seed.

In the first-generation Pokémon games, Bulbasaur was the only starter Pokémon that was able to learn the move “Sleep Powder”.

Bulbasaur was designed by Ken Sugimori, who also designed many other iconic Pokémon.

Bulbasaur’s eyes are red in the anime, but they are actually blue in the games and official artwork.

Bulbasaur is one of the few Pokémon that can learn the move “Sweet Scent”, which lowers the opponent’s evasion.

Bulbasaur’s pre-evolved form, Seedot, shares some similarities with Bulbasaur, such as having a seed on its head and a grass/poison typing.

Bulbasaur’s coloration is similar to the poison dart frog.

Bulbasaur has been featured on numerous merchandise, such as plush toys, figurines, and clothing.

Bulbasaur is known for its calm and gentle nature, and it is said to have a special bond with its trainer.

In the Pokémon Trading Card Game, Bulbasaur’s first card was released in the Base Set in 1999.

In the Pokémon anime, Ash’s Bulbasaur was initially reluctant to evolve into Ivysaur, but eventually did so in order to protect its friends.

Bulbasaur is one of the few Pokémon that can learn the move “Amnesia”, which sharply raises its special defense.

Bulbasaur’s English name is similar to the scientific name of the genus of plants called “Bulbous”.

In the Pokémon games, Bulbasaur has the highest base stat total of any non-legendary, non-mega evolved grass-type Pokémon.

Bulbasaur’s name is pronounced “Bull-buh-sore”.

In the Pokémon anime, the episode “Bulbasaur’s Mysterious Garden” explores the social dynamics of Bulbasaur living in a garden together.

In the Pokémon manga “The Electric Tale of Pikachu”, Ash’s Bulbasaur is able to learn the move “Solar Beam” at a young age, which is a rare feat for a Pokémon.

Bulbasaur’s design was inspired by the mythological creature “Jiang Shi”, a Chinese hopping vampire that is known to suck the life out of living things.

Bulbasaur was voted the most popular starter Pokémon in a 2016 poll conducted by the official Pokémon Twitter account.

In the Pokémon games, Bulbasaur is the only starter Pokémon that can learn the move “Ingrain”, which allows it to regain health each turn while it remains planted in the ground.

Bulbasaur has been featured in numerous episodes of the Pokémon anime, including “Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village”, “Bulbasaur’s Onixpected Battle”, and “Bulbasaur…the Ambassador!”.

Bulbasaur is one of the few Pokémon that can learn the move “Nature Power”, which varies in power and effect depending on the environment.

In the Pokémon manga “Pokémon Adventures”, the character Red starts with a Bulbasaur as his starter Pokémon.

Bulbasaur is one of the few Pokémon that can learn the move “Swords Dance”, which sharply raises its attack power.

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