List of Pokémon by height

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This is a list of Pokémon by their height, from the shortest (0'04"/0.1 m) to the longest/tallest (47'07"/14.5 m).

Game mechanics affected by height

Height affects the following game mechanics. In the list, United States customary values are shown first, followed by metric values.

List of Pokémon by height

0'00" - 0'08" (0.0 m - 0.2 m)

Pokémon 0'08" (0.2 m) or shorter can be shown daily to a Youngster in Accumula Town in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 as well as a man in Laverre City in Pokémon X and Y to receive a Poké Doll.

1'00" - 1'08" (0.3 m - 0.5 m)

2'00" - 2'11" (0.6 m - 0.9 m)

Pokémon 2'07" (0.8 m) or taller are not eligible to compete in Pokémon Jump.

3'03" - 3'11" (1.0 m - 1.2 m)

4'03" - 4'11" (1.3 m - 1.5 m)

5'03" - 5'11" (1.6 m - 1.8 m)

6'03" - 6'11" (1.9 m - 2.1 m)

Pokémon 6'07" (2.0 m) or taller are not eligible to compete in the Fancy Cup or Petit Cup.

7'03" - 7'10" (2.2 m - 2.4 m)

8'02" - 8'10" (2.5 m - 2.7 m)

Pokémon 8'06" (2.6 m) or taller are not able to walk outside their Poké Ball indoors. Exceptions are usually made for Pokémon with serpentine bodies, but Rayquaza and Steelix cannot walk outside their Poké Ball indoors.

8'06"
2.6 m
Vikavolt
Vikavolt
Totem-sized

9'02" - 9'10" (2.8 m - 3.0 m)

9'02"
2.8 m
9'06"
2.9 m

Pokémon 9'10" (3.0 m) or taller can be shown daily to a girl in Laverre City in Pokémon X and Y to receive a Poké Doll.

9'10"
3.0 m

10'02" - 10'10" (3.1 m - 3.3 m)

10'06"
3.1 m
Araquanid
Araquanid
Totem-sized
10'06"
3.2 m
10'10"
3.3 m

11'02" - 11'10" (3.4 m - 3.6 m)

11'02"
3.4 m
11'06"
3.5 m
11'10"
3.6 m

12'02" - 12'10" (3.7 m - 3.9 m)

12'02"
3.7 m
12'06"
3.8 m
12'10"
3.9 m

13'01" - 13'09" (4.0 m - 4.2 m)

13'01"
4.0 m
13'09"
4.2 m
Necrozma
Necrozma
Dawn Wings

14'09" (4.5 m)

14'09"
4.5 m
Giratina
Giratina
Altered Forme
Zygarde
Zygarde
Complete Forme

16'05" (5.0 m)

Pokémon 16'05" (5.0 m) or taller can be shown daily to a Lass in Accumula Town in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 to receive a Fluffy Tail.

16'05"
5.0 m

17'01" - 17'09" (5.2 m - 5.4 m)

17'01"
5.2 m
17'09"
5.4 m

18'01" (5.5 m)

18'01"
5.5 m

19'00" (5.8 m)

19'00"
5.8 m

20'04" (6.2 m)

20'04"
6.2 m

21'04" (6.5 m)

22'08" (6.9 m)

22'08"
6.9 m
Giratina
Giratina
Origin Forme

23'00" (7.0 m)

23'00"
7.0 m

24'07" (7.5 m)

24'07"
7.5 m

26'11" (8.2 m)

26'11"
8.2 m
Wishiwashi
Wishiwashi
School Form

28'10" (8.8 m)

28'10"
8.8 m

30'02" (9.2 m)

30'02"
9.2 m

32'02" (9.8 m)

32'02"
9.8 m

34'05" (10.5 m)

34'05"
10.5 m

35'05" (10.8 m)

35'05"
10.8 m

35'09" (10.9 m)

35'09"
10.9 m

47'07" (14.5 m)

47'07"
14.5 m

Trivia

  • There are Generation I glitch Pokémon that are taller than Wailord. The tallest glitch pokémon are h POKé and ♀ ., and they are both 80'03"(24.46 m).
  • In an interview with Nintendo of Europe Shigeru Ohmori states that a Rayquaza stretched all the way out might be taller than an Alolan Exeggutor.[1]

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