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General Information
Universe Pokémon
Aliases The Evolution Pokémon
Classification Eevee communis
Species Type Mammal
Homeworld Pokémon world
Environment Mostly found in cities and towns
Intelligence Non-sapient
Biochemistry Carbon-based lifeform
Biological Information
Reproduction Sexual, oviparous
Average Height 0.3 m (1'00")
Average Weight 6.5 kg (14.3 lbs)
Locomotion Quadrupedal movement
Feeding Behavior Omnivorous
Lineage Information
Ancestor(s) Arceus
Descendant(s) Espeon
Cultural Information
Alignment Neutral
Language(s) "Eevee"
Sociocultral characteristics
Scientific Taxonomy
Planet Pokémon world
Domain Eukaryota
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Class Mammalia
Order Carnivora
Suborder Eeviformia
Family Eevidae
Subfamily Eevinae
Genus Eevee
Species E. communis
Other Information
Status Critically Endangered

Eevee (Japanese: イーブイ Eievui), the Evolution Pokémon. It is a normal-type Pokémon with the uncanny ability to adapt masterly to its surroundings, allowing it the widest known range of possible evolutions of any of the Pocket Monsters; this is due to an irregularly shaped genetic structure. They are naive by nature, which may explain their rarity in the wild as it may indicate that they have become critically endangered, and even more likely close to becoming extinct in the wild as they are almost exclusively found in cities and towns.

Known evolutions, more commonly referred to as "eeveelutions", are listed below:


Eevees are mammalians, they have long, pointed ears. They have primarily brown fur (sable in the case of shiny Pokémon), with a cream coloration to both the tip of their bushy tails and a large furry collar. Their short, slender legs have three small toes, with footpads of a pink hue. Their eyes are brown, while their small nose is black.


Eevees are a mix of rabbit, cat, and fox. It's a common misconception that they're only foxes based on their fox-like tails, but their rabbit-like ears and short round face disprove this.

Name origin[]

Eevee and Eievui are the pronunciations of E-V, the first two letters in the word evolution.