Pokémon Beedrill is a dual-type Bug and Poison Pokémon introduced in Generation I. The evolution begins at level 10 from Kakuna. In other words, it is the final form of Weedle. Through Mega-evolution, Beedrill can transform into Mega Beedrill.
Beedrill looks like a yellow wasp with two legs and two hands, but it doesn’t have pigment pits. Compared to its round head, Beedrill has a pointed mouth, large reddish eyes, and antennae bent to the side. Several long, conical stingers protrude from its forelegs. Besides these two segments, its other legs have an insect-like appearance and are long and segmented. A stinger and two pairs of round, veined wings protrude from Beedrill’s abdomen.
Like natural bees, Beedrills live in colonies rather than genuine “hives,” which are highly territorial. Beedrills have a strong sense of community and collaboratively solve fundamental problems associated with food, territory, and reproduction. Beedrill would respond aggressively if anyone disturbed Weedle and Kakuna. One Beedrill is enough to make the colony attack as a whole. A large stinger on its abdomen and forelegs enables this predator to attack using its high-speed flight. Twineedle, one of its former signature moves, can be performed by its forelimbs using the stingers. It is capable of taking victims back to the nest after its attacks. Breeding takes place in temperate forests and shady woodlands.
With Mega Beedrill, it gains a range of more defined features. A shorter and T-shaped antenna makes it easier to control. Its eyes have grown longer and sleeker. There are now three pairs of wings, which are more extensive and trimmed in black. As the stingers sprout, they resemble lances. Legs are replaced with conical, yellow-and-black stingers with white tips. A black structure connects the abdomen to the thorax, making it more rounded and grooved. The black structure also combines the head and thorax.
A pale yellow stinger is now on its abdomen, and its body is covered in black stripes. On its limbs are stingers that contain fast-acting poison, while its tail has stingers that produce slow-acting venom.
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