+20 Yellow Pokemon Explained (3D Images)

April 14, 2024

There are over 800 Pokémon from the Pokémon franchise, and it can be hard to keep track of them all. In this article, we'll take a look at some of my favorite yellow-coloured Pokémon. You can use this list as a reference or even start your own collection!

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Yellow Pokemon

Kakuna (Pokémon)

Kakuna (Pokémon), 3D

It appears on the back of Beedrill and Pidgeotto, but not on any other Pokémon.

It can be found in forests and caves all over the world, even in cities like New York City and Paris.

Sandshrew (Pokémon)

Sandshrew (Pokémon), 3D

It has a yellow body with brown spines on its back and pink paw pads. Its tail ends in a large, brown spike ball, which it uses for defense against predators when threatened. 

Sandshrew's most notable feature is its long, thin tongue that wraps around its body to keep it cool; this also gives it the ability to dig through sand at high speeds!

Sandshrew is known as the Mouse Pokémon because of their resemblance to rodents and the fact that they can scale trees like squirrels do. 

They live in deserts or sandy areas where they feed primarily on Berries but will occasionally eat small insects if necessary; this helps them survive during periods of drought when food becomes scarce for other animals as well as themselves!

Jolteon (Pokémon)

Jolteon (Pokémon), 3D

Its name comes from the Japanese word for thunder, "Jorōgumo" (which is actually not a single word but two: jorō, meaning vixen or witch; and gumi, meaning cloud), combined with eon. Yellow Pokémon can also be orange, gold or tan colored.

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Cyndaquil (Pokémon)

Cyndaquil (Pokémon), 3D

The Cyndaquil is a small, quadrupedal fox-like Pokémon. It has bluish grey fur with orange or tan patches, and its long snout and round, puffy cheeks are beige-colored. It has large ears with brown insides, vacant eyes, and a triangular black nose. 

There are three claws on its forepaws, but only two toes on its hind feet. Its body is covered in thick fur that protects it from fire; however, it can still get burned in the sun because of this.

In battle Cyndaquil uses its flame to attack opponents. It will also use different attacks depending on whether it is under direct sunlight or not; for example if sunlight strikes its back then it may use Flamethrower but if there's no sunlight then Fire Spin is used instead (although both these moves have the same effect when used).

Quilava (Pokémon)

Quilava (Pokémon), 3D

This Fire-type move has a base power of 60 and can hit multiple opponents simultaneously.

Quilava also knows Thrash, a powerful Normal type move that hits all of your opponents with double damage if all five of them are on their last hit point. The downside to this move is that it causes recoil damage equal to one quarter of the damage dealt by Thrash itself--so don't use it unless you have a lot more HP than your opponent!

Zapdos (Pokémon)

Zapdos (Pokémon), 3D

A mythical Pokémon that was said to have created lightning bolts when it flapped its wings.

Zapdos is a dual-type Electric/Flying Pokémon that is known as the "Thunderbird".

It is a tall, avian Pokémon with predominantly yellow plumage and large black and white patterns on its wings. It has small beady red eyes, large yellow feet and long jagged tail feathers.


Ampharos, 3D

Its name is derived from the Greek word for amber, which was supposedly used to fill the hollow in its body. 

It can be found in the wild in Pokémon Gold and Silver, but it’s also available in Pokémon Crystal and HeartGold/SoulSilver as well.


Girafarig, 3D

Girafarig is a bipedal, yellow-and-brown striped Pokémon with an elongated head and neck. Its lower jaw is white, as are its eyes, which are set to either side of its head. 

Most Pokémon that evolve from a previous stage gain a vast increase in power, but Girafarig keeps the same base stats.

Girafarig has a long and thin tail, which it can use to attack foes. It is also capable of using its tail as a catapult to jump from tree to tree in the forest. Girafarig is a nocturnal Pokémon that sleeps during the day in trees or caves.


Exeggutor, 3D

It is the final form of Exeggcute. Its name comes from egg and exo, meaning outside. Exeggutor first appeared in Pokémon Red and Blue as one of the Johto Safari Zone's most powerful Pokémon available to players, but it also appeared in Gold and Silver as well as HeartGold and SoulSilver as a part of this game's wild habitat list.

It was first seen in the episode “Tentacool and Tentacruel”, where Ash Ketchum used it against a group of Tentacool in battle.


Shuckle, 3D

Shuckle is a Pokemon character that you may want to consider using in your battles. If you want to give Shuckle a try, here are some things you should know:

  • Shuckle can be found in the wild in the Johto region.
  • Its shell is made of hard, sharp spikes and has several Berries stored inside it at all times for use as food when needed. It's also got a powerful Electric attack!

If you're interested in using Shuckle in battle, check out its stats below:


Elekid, 3D

Elekid, known as Elecmon in Japanese and Elekid (エレキッド) in the Pokémon anime, is a Lightning-type baby Pokémon that evolves into Electabuzz when traded holding an Electirizer. It is the final form of Elekid.

In the main series games, he appears as a member of Lance's team in Pokemon Gold, Silver and Crystal Versions; however he does not appear to own any other Pokémon during this time period (other than Dragonite). In Pokémon Snap for the Nintendo 64, it is one of three starter Pokémon available at the beginning of your adventure (alongside Pikachu or Cyndaquil).


Pichu, 3D

It has short forearms with five toes on each paw; three fingers on each hand and two claws per finger. Its hind legs are long for its size; this allows it to jump higher than most other Pokémon.

Its backside is adorned with two black spots and a black stripe that extends down from the top of its head to the tip of its tail, which has been reported to be able to generate electricity if rubbed against certain items such as wool or clothing made of fur (it's called static electricity).


Dunsparce, 3D

This yellow-scaled Pokémon has a long, thin tail and a large head. It has small eyes and a small mouth with two fangs in its upper jaw. On its forehead is a single horn. 

Dunsparce's body is covered with yellow scales that help it to find food buried under the ground. Its large ears can hear the faintest sounds from underground, so it never gets lost in caves or tunnels!

Dunsparce prefers to live deep underground where no sunlight reaches, so you're unlikely to see one unless you've been lucky enough to stumble across an abandoned mine shaft or other such place on your travels through Kanto or Johto. 


Persian, 3D

Its Pokédex entry is as follows: "It uses its whiskers to maintain its balance against the side of a building." So, we know that Persian has whiskers and that this helps it to balance itself on buildings. 


Sunflora, 3D

It can also be caught at the Safari Zone/Cave Zone Entrance as well as Celadon City's Rocket Game Corner after you've gotten your seventh badge. 

If you do not have enough Poké Balls or Ultra Balls, he will offer to sell you some for 100 apiece (instead of the usual 200). 

Sunflora does not appear on any other route except these two places mentioned above; however it does appear inside caves and routes with other wild Pokémon such as Geodude which means there could be more than one Sunflora per cave!

Psyduck (Pokémon)

Psyduck, 3D

Psyduck is a Pokémon that resembles a duck or bipedal platypus with yellow fur. Its animal-like appearance is similar to that of its pre-evolution, Psyduck. 

Its eyes are usually vacant, and the only expression Psyduck seems capable of showing is one of surprise or shock.

Psyduck evolves into Golduck at level 33 and then into Manectric at level 37 (if male) or Plusle (if female). It can also be obtained with the use of a Water Stone when its other evolution levels have been met.

It has an odd ability called Cloud Nine that prevents all weather effects from happening around it for five turns; this includes both beneficial effects like Sunny Day and healing rainfalls as well as harmful ones such as Sandstorm and Hail Storms


Moltres, 3D

It is one of three legendary birds that Ash encounters during his journey through Kanto, along with Articuno and Zapdos.

It first appeared in Pokemon Red and Blue, where it was the mascot for those games. As such, Moltres has been in every main series game since then (save for Black & White).


Typhlosion, 3D

A bipedal, feline-like Pokémon with large ears and a flame burning at the tip of its tail, Typhlosion is the final evolution of Torchic. 

This can be obtained either via Pokémart purchase or by earning one in battle after having caught 100 Pokemon in total across all regions


Drowzee, 3D

Drowzee is a cute big-headed Pokémon. It has a round body with a pink belly and tail, two small, round ears on its head and a large mouth with four sharp fangs. 

To make it more adorable, Drowzee has big eyes with black pupils inside them.


Rapidash, 3D

Rapidash are horse-like Pokémon with a horn on their head and a fiery mane. They can run at speeds up to 60 mph (100 km/h), which makes them one of the fastest land animals in the world. 

They live in plains, savannas, and prairies - though they can also be found in forests.


Electabuzz, 3D

Electabuzz, like the other electric-type Pokémon, is based on a bug. The name 'electabuzz' comes from the words 'electric buzz'. It has a round body and an antenna with two lightning bolts on top.

Its arms have three claws while its legs also have three toes each. Electabuzz's tail looks like a plug or electric outlet as it has four prongs at its end that are used to plug into power outlets and recharge itself when needed.


Sandslash, 3D

In the main series Pokémon games, Sandslash has been featured in Red, Blue, FireRed and LeafGreen (as "Slash"), Gold and Crystal (as "Slash"). In Black 2 and White 2, it can be obtained if you have a male Sandshrew with an Adamant nature in your party.


Sunkern, 3D

Sunkern is a Grass type Pokémon that evolves into Sunflora when exposed to a Sun Stone. It is a small, round Pokémon with two large leaves on its head. Sunkern are usually found in grassy plains and fields, but it can also be found in The Safari Zone.

Sunkern are very weak Pokémon, as they can only use Solar Beam as an offensive move. They also have low stats in all areas except for Speed and Special Attack. 

However, their ability Chlorophyll makes them move faster when the sun shines brightly outside, making them good for offense during the day or night if you're having trouble finding one!


Ninetales, 3D

Ninetales is a fox-like creature with nine tails, each bearing a flame. It can use these flames to create illusions that would burn its enemy. 

The fire from its nine tails can be used to burn down its enemies' homes. Ninetales is said to live 1,000 years and it has the ability to make giant flames with the nine flames on its tail. The more powerful the Ninetales, the more vividly its tails will burn.


Ponyta, 3D

Ponyta appears to be based on the Kirin, a legendary creature in Chinese and other East Asian cultures that resembles a chimera (a mythical fire-breathing dragon with deer antlers). 

This may also refer to its Shiny coloration; Kirin are commonly depicted as white with gold accents or patterns.


Beedrill, 3D

Beedrill is a green, insectoid Pokémon with two pairs of wings on its back. It has a long, skinny stinger on its tail and large, round eyes. Beedrill's body is patterned with black and yellow stripes and it has two pairs of wings: one smaller pair at the tip of the abdomen, and another larger pair attached to the rear of its thorax. Beedrill's stingers are powerful enough to pierce concrete.

Beedrill can fly at speeds up to 60 miles per hour, but normally flies at about 25-35 miles per hour. Its flight is not affected by wind or air current.


Raichu, 3D

Raichu is a bipedal, rodent-like Pokémon. It has short "hair" and large ears with red insides. There are circular yellow markings on the sides of its abdomen. Its forearms are larger than its lower arms and have three claws. 

The soles of its feet are tan with three toes each. Raichu has two tails that are brown tipped with yellow; these were once longer before it evolved from Pikachu, but were cut off by Raichu's trainer after it had evolved into Raichu.


Pikachu, 3D

Pikachu is a species of Pokémon, a fictional species that appears in an assortment of video games, animated television shows and movies, trading card games, and comic books licensed by The Pokémon Company, a Japanese corporation. 

Pikachu is regarded as a major character of the Pokémon franchise and has become an icon of Japanese culture in recent years. 

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