kabuto pokemon go

Kabuto is a Pokémon that has been regenerated from a fossil. However, in extremely rare cases, living examples have been discovered. The Pokémon has not changed at all for 300 million years.

General Details and Stats

General Details
Name Kabuto
Type Rock Water
Number #140
Height (m) 0,50
Weight (kg) 11,50
Rarity Very Rare
Pokémon Stats
Max CP 1105
Max HP 59
Base Stamina 60
Base Attack 148
Base Defense 142
Base Capture Rate 32%
Base Flee Rate 9%

Kabuto Moveset

Quick Moves Charge Moves
Scratch Ancient Power
Mud Shot Aqua Jet
- Rock Tomb

Kabuto Evolution

Kabuto Evolution Requirements
Candies to Evolve 50
Egg Distance to Hatch 10 km

You can use our Pokémon Go Evolution Calculator to calculate how much Combat Power (CP) your Pokémon will gain when it evolves.

Kabuto Spawn Locations

Wondering where to find Kabuto while playing Pokémon GO? Want to know Kabuto Spawn locations? Pokémon GO players are reporting higher Kabuto spawn rates near quarries, parkings and highways, large commercial buildings. Please contribute to our community by adding Kabuto nests in the comments section below.

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Found near a river
Roberta Richmond
If you can find a Field Research Task that has Win a 3 or Larger Raid, the pokemon that hatches is a Kabuto. I still need one more, but I will be looking at all PokeStops for that challenge.
I need one more kabuto to evolve my shiny. Any tips?
@(Beamsly) so I started late as well and I am stuck on this one as well I am going to see if I can get a ride bitch in a week or so to try their I’ll repost here if I find some thing
Waylon “Beamsly” Langley
Stuck on let’s go Melton for catching 2 kabuto or omynite , havnt seen any since kanto tour and didn’t have the challenge till after kanto. I know I took like 3 years off from the game so I’m late
Found one at the World Bank in DC
Caught two near an apartment block
Manly man
Saw a bunch at a park cant remeber tho
Chris Lee
Apartment/houses, parks
A Trainer
Found one on the Pacific Ocean beach in Washington State. My sister says they spawn by large bodies of water.
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