In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Rattata in 7 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Rattata.
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How to Draw Rattata - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about the Rattata
It is a rodent-type Pokémon. It evolves into Raticate. It resembles a rodent and is classified under the Normal-type Pokémon. It has large teeth which grow continuously throughout life. It has a light purple upper body and creamy lower part. It has whiskers and a long curled tail. Females can be distinguished by shorter whiskers and lighter fur color.
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- It utilizes its large teeth to powerfully bite an opponent during battles. They also allow the Pokémon to eat anything it can find.
- It resides anywhere it can find food, so climate and other factors do not come to play in looking for the ideal habitat.
- It builds colonies fast because it reproduces at a fast rate so a pair of Rattata can start their own colonies.
- It is very aware of its surrounding and can detect small sounds even when it is asleep. It also does not sleep for long and scurries all the time.
- It can change its habits in order to fit in a new habitat with other Pokémon that may be predators. Such is seen in Alola where they avoided Yungoos by forming large nests and are led by Raticate.