Kangaskhan #115


Kangaskhan is a big, bipedal marsupial Pokémon that looks like a kangaroo. It has a cream-colored belly and a brown hide with many elevated areas. It features huge cream-colored ears, small red eyes, and a short, rounded nose with two fangs in its upper jaw. A large, black plate covers its skull. Over its shoulders are epaulette-like growths, and a row of spikes runs down its back. It has clawed fingers on each hand and foot, as well as a robust tail. A pouch on his tummy holds a newborn Kangaskhan. The infant, unlike its parent, is light purple with smooth skin. Kangaskhan is a female-only species that does not have a male equivalent.

The mother Kangaskhan looks unaltered as Mega Kangaskhan. However, the infant matures and develops some new characteristics. Its knees now have elevated patches identical to those found on its mother. These patches are also horizontally oriented around its waist, with a bigger patch on its belly. Under its ears, little spiked growths emerge. The youngster is a fighter that despises defeat and will bravely battle its opponents to defend its mother. [1] The mother’s joy at seeing her kid develop is the source of her extra strength. However, it is concerned about the child’s future since it is solely competent in combat. It is also pained by the fact that its kid will go one day.

Kangaskhan is a caring Pokémon that would do everything to protect its offspring. Even with the infant in its pouch, it may move quickly. Until the infant is three years old, it seldom exits the pouch. Kangaskhan sleeps standing up to prevent crushing the infant. If the mother believes the situation is safe, she will let her children play. It will, however, attack anything that it perceives as a danger to its young. They are known to raise other Pokémon alongside their own progeny, and there are reports of a childless Kangaskhan fostering a lost human infant. The mother will not stop fighting until its children are safe, no matter how seriously hurt she gets. To terrify its opponents, it utilizes fast jabs. Kangaskhan may still be found in savannahs and other grasslands, despite almost being hunted to extinction. Dizzy Punch was its hallmark move prior to Generation III.

 Best moveset for Kangaskhan

When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Kangaskhan’s greatest moves are Mud-Slap and Return. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.


  Mud-Slap 12.9 dps
  Return Purified 60 dps


  Mud-Slap 12.9 dps
  Outrage 28.2 dps


 All moves

Quick move Damage EPS DPS
 Low Kick 6 10 10
 Mud-Slap 18 8.6 12.9
Main move Damage EPS DPS
 Earthquake 140 -27.8 38.9
 Outrage 110 -12.8 28.2
 Crunch 70 -10.3 21.9
 Power-Up Punch 50 -16.5 25
 Brick Break Elite TM 40 -20.6 25
 Stomp Elite TM 55 -29.4 38.8
 Frustration Shadow 10 -16.5 6
 Return Purified 35 -47.1 60

The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.

Kangaskhan is a first-generation pokemon that ranks 115 in the Pokedex… He is a typical shoppingmode Pokémon that resides in the Kanto region. There are no evolutionary stages for the Kangaskhan Pokémon.


Parameters and characteristics of Pokemon Kangaskhan

Max BS 2924
Атака 181
Protection 165
Resistance 233

How to find and catch Pokémon Kangaskhan?

Kangaskhan may be found near residential structures, schools, and institutions, as well as in parking lots.

Kangaskhan is an uncommon sighting on the map. It may sometimes be grown from an egg or caught at an event.