Here's 30 blue pokemon that you need to know and some fun facts about them!
Nidorina is a Poison type Pokémon that evolves from Nidoran♀. Nidorina is a female-only monster and it can be obtained by leveling up Nidoran♀ until they’re level 16.
It’s also possible to breed them with Ditto, but the egg will only hatch if it’s placed in an incubator with another male, otherwise the egg will not hatch and you will have wasted your time!
Nidorina is considered to be a medium size Pokémon with no specific height or weight. However, they do have 46.8cm tall and weigh 40kg on average!
If you're looking for the perfect way to get started with the series, this is it. It's a water type and evolves from Totodile at level 18. When it evolves into Croconaw at level 30, it becomes stronger than its previous form (and even more blue!).
The best part? You can find Totodile in Viridian Forest—a location that's easy to get to early on in your journey through Kanto and Johto.
Ninetales is a fox-like, quadruped Pokémon with nine tails. It has yellow fur that covers its body and a tuft of fur on its forehead. Its underside is light blue. It has two large, rounded ears, each with a dark brown inside. The rings on the tip of its tail resemble fire and it can use these to create illusions or light up dark places like caves.
Ninetales can live up to 1,000 years; if they are injured in battle they will hide themselves away to heal their wounds. When it walks around town at night it leaves behind a fiery glow from its coat.
Its abilities are Volt Absorb, Illuminate and Water Veil. Lanturn can learn Volt Tackle as a signature move, which is an Electric type charge move with 100 power points that does damage to the target Pokemon by 50%.
It has four fins: two on its backside, one at each side of its head and one on top of it; making it resemble an anglerfish or an octopus. It has a large, round body with black, blue and yellow scales covering its body.
In addition to being found in the sea it can also be found in rivers but only during storms due to their love for electricity emitted during lightning storms.
They have large mouths filled with sharp teeth which they use when catching prey while swimming underwater at night when they are most active!
To evolve a Totodile into a Croconaw (Pokémon), you need to trade it with someone who has a Feraligatr (Pokémon). If you don't have anyone who can help out with this evolution, or if your friend won't give up their Feraligatr just so that they can have their own Croconaw (Pokémon), then there are ways around these problems—but we'll get into all that later on.
Lapras is a large blue creature with a cream-colored underside. It has the ability to ferry people across the sea and can understand human speech. Lapras is unique in that it's the only Pokémon of its kind.
The name "Lapras" comes from "La Place", which means "the place". Many people think this name references its long neck, similar to an upside down L shape.
The Pokémon's Japanese name is ラプラス (Rapurasu) or "Laplace". This is named after Pierre Simon de Laplace, who made several discoveries about probability theory and celestial mechanics during his time as a French astronomer.
The Omastar is a Rock/Water-type Pokémon that evolves from the Omanyte at level 40. It can be caught in Alola's Seafolk Village, Route 13 and Brooklet Hill (Ultra Sun).
Its ability is Swift Swim, which increases its speed in battle during rain. The most notable move of this Pokémon is Hydro Pump, which has a power of 120 and has 100% accuracy when used by an Omastar underwater.
Articuno is an Ice/Flying-type Pokémon that can create snow clouds. It’s a large, blue and white bird with a long tail. Articuno is one of the three Legendary birds of Kanto and was introduced in Generation I along with Zapdos and Moltres.
In HeartGold & Black2 & White2 if you have previously defeated Team Rocket on Mt Silver or caught Lugia/Ho-Oh then Articuno will appear on Icefall Cave instead of Seafoam Islands
Gyarados is a Water/Flying-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I that evolves from Magikarp at level 20. It has a large blue body with white fins, and a red mouth.
Its appearance changes depending on its current mood—when it's angry or attacking, its eyes glow red, however when it's scared or tired they turn yellow.
Gyarados are very dangerous Pokémon who will attack any human who dares get close to them, but can be tamed by trainers if caught early enough in their lives. Once they grow up to full size though they'll need lots of space to live comfortably so make sure you have plenty of room before attempting this!
Dratini is a serpentine dragon-like Pokémon with blue and yellow scales. It has five red spots on its body—one on its neck, one on either side of its tail, one on the tip of its tail, and one at the base of each horn (which can be broken off if handled improperly).
It also has two horns: one to defend itself from predators and another for offense. Dratini's eyes are red with tiny pupils, unlike most other Pokémon which have circular or slit-shaped eyes.
Omanyte is a small, blue, spiral-shelled Pokémon with four tentacles and a large shell. Its eyes are white, and it has two spikes on its head that resemble the teeth of an ancient jawless fish called Anomalacaris. It also has two tentacles on either side of its shell that it uses to eat food or attack enemies.
When Omanyte was first discovered by [Caroline] Johanson in 1989, she named it after the ammonite because both fossils have round shells.
Golduck has an oval shaped head with two white ovals that resemble eyes without any iris or pupils, two sharp fangs protruding from its upper jaw, round ears that are red inside, and webbed hands with three fingers, similar to those on human hands (except for the index finger).
Vaporeon is a quadruped, mammalian creature with blue fur. It has large ears with light blue insides, each of which has a white spot on the back.
These ears are very sensitive to sound; it can hear sounds as quiet as a murmur inaudible to humans. Vaporeon's long tail consists of three separate parts: the main part of its body; the inner sides; and the tip at the end that resembles an arrowhead (which was once used by ancient warriors).
The main part is colored dark blue, while the others are light blue in coloration with stripes going down their faces and tails respectively.,
Gloom evolves from Oddish when exposed to a Leaf Stone. Gloom's flower will wilt if it is left out in the sun for too long, which will cause it to lose its ability to produce toxins for attacking.
However, simply watering or rain can restore this ability. As such, this makes Gloom an excellent plant defense against other Pokemon who are less inclined to use Water moves as their primary means of attack.
Although many people think that Glooms are intimidating because they look like flowers with teeth (as do most Poison-types), don't let its appearance fool you—Glooms aren't actually very aggressive unless provoked first (or if you try stealing one).
If you want someone who's easy going but also knows how to defend themselves if necessary though then I'd recommend giving your kid(s) one as their starter!
Tangela is a Grass/Poison type Pokémon that evolves from Bellsprout. It is a large, green, sentient vine with many leaves growing all over its body.
Tangela can use its vines to grab and bind its prey, or smash down walls and other obstacles. It can launch its vines as projectiles as well.
Tangela has a "tangle of vines" around its body; these are sensitive to sound and movement, allowing it to detect danger easily by sensing vibrations through them (similarly to how snakes use their tongues). This trait makes Tangela popular in Japan and Russia but not so much in the US because Americans "don't know how to respect nature".
Horsea is a Water-type Pokémon. It evolves into Seadra when leveled up with a Dragon Scale. It is one of the smallest Pokémon in existence, but it can spit bubbles like its larger counterparts, and has an unusual way of swimming through the air.
This method of locomotion allows Horsea to live on land for a short time if it has to escape from an opponent or find food and water sources on land."
The first thing you'll want to do is catch one, so that you can evolve it into Seadra at level 40. Since these creatures are relatively tiny, they're not too hard to find—but don't just go looking for them without thinking ahead!
The best place for catching Horsea is near the beach where you found your starter Pokémon (you'll have seen it during your very first adventure).
Poliwag is a Water-type Pokémon. It evolves into Poliwhirl starting at level 25, which evolves into Poliwrath when exposed to a Water Stone or Politoed when traded holding a King's Rock.
Nidoqueen is the final form of female Nidoran. Nidoqueen has a large horn on its head and a large venomous barb on its tail. In addition to being powerful, Nidoqueens are also known for their maternal instincts.
They are able to control the temperature of their bodies, allowing them to raise their body temperatures to dangerous levels and then launch themselves into the enemy with great force in order to attack them directly.
Dragonair is a serpentine dragon that has two small wings. Dragonair has a long body and a long, slender tail. This powerful Pokémon is able to use its long body to climb trees as well as swim.
Oddish has a large flower on its head and a short stem. The flower is green and has five petals, four of which are white and one of which is purple. It can be identified by the leaves that it has under its flower. It also has red eyes and pink lips.
Oddish's body is mainly green, with white arms, feet, hands and tail tip (the last two have small flowers on them).
Oddish is a Grass-type Pokémon that evolves into Gloom when exposed to a Leaf Stone or into Vileplume if exposed to an Ice Rock. It can learn the following moves: Absorb (Lv1), Acid (Lv8), Curse (Lv14), Growth (Lv17)
Seadra is a Water/Dragon-type Pokémon, which means it's part water type and part dragon type. It evolves from Horsea at level 32, and its final form is Kingdra.
The Meowth family are all cat-like Pokémon that have been known to wander around the world in search of jewels and gold to steal. They have sharp claws on their paws that they use to pry open safes so they can steal anything inside them!
Blastoise, the final evolution of Squirtle, is a Water-type Pokémon. It can learn a variety of water-based moves: Hydro Pump, Water Gun and Ice Beam. Blastoise is one of the most popular starter Pokémon for its ability to learn many different types of moves and its high defenses against other types.
Mudkip has two abilities, Torrent and Damp, which prevent it from being afflicted by burns and paralysis respectively. The former also gives it a 30% boost to the power of its Water-type moves in rain or on wet terrain such as snow or puddles.
Outside of these conditions, Mudkip is still able to swim quickly through the water thanks to its webbed hands and feet.
Wailord is the evolved form of Wailmer. Wailord is known as the Whale Pokémon, given its large size and aquatic nature.
Its name comes from "whale" and "lord", which reflects on how big it can get. It's often compared to a blue whale due to its coloration and how it floats through water like a whale does in the ocean.
Wailord has very large eyes that allow it to see clearly even in the middle of the ocean; this helps it avoid other sea creatures while swimming around or diving deep into their homes for food—or even just because they want to explore!
The blue coloration on Wailord's skin isn't just meant for show: it also helps camouflage them from predators such as Sharpedo or Tentacools who might mistake them for prey if they didn't have this natural protection against detection by other creatures' eyesight senses (which tend not work well underwater).
Related: Yellow Pokemon
Meditite is a Fighting- and Psychic-type Pokémon. It evolves into Medicham when exposed to a Moon Stone. It is called the Meditation Pokémon as it meditates in caves for 20 years before evolving into Medicham.
In the anime, a Meditite named Mikey appeared in "A Date With Delcatty". He was friends with Ash's Delcatty, who helped him win many battles against Team Rocket, who sought to steal his berries and gems.
His role was similar to that of Meowth and Pikachu: they taught the other Pokémon how their special abilities could be used together effectively in battle.
Kingdra is a serpentine dragon that lives in the sea. It has a long, spiraling horn on its head and can breathe powerful blasts of water.
Kingdra is part of the Dragon/Water-type Pokémon family, originally appearing in Pokémon Red and Blue back in 1998. It can learn the move DragonBreath to attack foes with a blast of water from its mouth.
Sealeo is a Water-type Pokémon and the evolved form of Walrein. It has a sleek, streamlined body that's adapted for swimming at high speeds.
Sealeo can be obtained by breeding two Seel or Dewgong with an Everstone when they are holding one in their party.
A bipedal amphibious Pokémon that can swim well, Poliwrath has a blue body with tan coloration on its legs and arms, which form muscular pectoral fins when it swims.
It also has two large hands with three fingers each and four sharp claws on each foot—the latter are used for walking around on land as well as for combat. Poliwrath's eyes lack eyelids and appear either white or red depending on the angle at which you view them (they have no iris).
Its head has jagged ear holes to allow its sensitive hearing skills remain unaffected by water pressure; it also makes up for not having ears since its ability allows it to hear even better than usual underwater!
Tentacool has a blue body and several tentacles that are used for movement and attacking. The main body of Tentacool is shaped like an upside down bell, with two large eyes on top of its head.
A large light blue spot on its forehead functions as a lure for unsuspecting prey so that Tentacool can wrap around them like jellyfish do when they sting their victims, paralyzing them until they get pulled into its mouth for digestion inside its body cavity.
Wobbuffet is a Psychic-type Pokémon. It has a light blue body with a white belly and black spots on its back. It has two antennae on its head, which are tipped with black spheres.
Wobbuffet does not have any additional evolutions beyond this stage; however, it will evolve into the powerful Dusknoir if it knows Shadow Tag as one of its moves when it levels up (or if you use an evolutionary stone).
Wartortle has a shell on its back that can protect it from attacks. Wartortle also has strong water cannons that can shoot water from its tail to attack enemies or help to explore places where there is no water.
Wartortle can learn multiple water moves such as Rapid Spin, Bubble Beam and Hydro Pump.
The sandslash was released with the launch of Pokémon Go in 2016, and has since become one of the most coveted creatures in the game. In fact, it's so popular that when Niantic and The Pokémon Company announced new Pokémon for their hit mobile game at San Diego Comic-Con this year, there were loud cheers for Sandslash.
What makes this creature so special? It all comes down to its move set and stats. Sandslash gets a lot of use out of its attacks like Slash (50 damage) and Fury Swipes (10 damage per second).
Squirtle is a small, bipedal turtle-like Pokémon. It has a dark blue upper body and light blue underbelly. Its eyes are red with three eyelashes on each one. Its limbs are well developed, and it has three fingers and toes.
On the back of its head there is a light blue, fin-like formation, and on the tip of its tail there is one as well. Squirtle have a very tough shell that forms and hardens after birth; they have been known to jump into their shells when in danger or if they feel threatened by someone else.