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ワニワニ Wani-Wani
Poké Ball
Marina Feraligatr.png
Debuts in The Legend of Thunder!
Caught at New Bark Town
Evolves in Prior to The Legend of Thunder!
Prior to A Stand-Up Sit-Down
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location With Marina
Totodile Croconaw Feraligatr
This Pokémon spent an unknown number of episodes as Totodile and an unknown number of episodes as Croconaw.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Totodile Not heard
As Croconaw Unknown Eric Stuart
As Feraligatr N/A Eric Stuart (stock footage)

Wani-Wani (Japanese: ワニワニ Wani-Wani) is a Pokémon owned by Marina.



As a Totodile

Wani-Wani was Marina's starter Pokémon, obtained as a Totodile from Professor Elm on the same day that Vincent received his Chikorita and Jimmy received his Cyndaquil, as seen in the Japanese opening and ending theme "A New Oath".

As a Croconaw

Unlike Jimmy's Typhlosion and Vincent's Meganium, it didn't seem to be used as often, only appearing once as a Croconaw during The Legend of Thunder!.

In The Legend of Thunder, Marina used Wani-Wani to battle Jimmy's Beedrill, after Little Pink was defeated. Jimmy then called Beedrill back and used his Typhlosion to battle against the Water-type Pokémon. During he battle, Marina was shown to be in sync with Wani-Wani's actions. Despite type disadvantage, Typhlosion managed to stand up to Wani-Wani's attacks.

Wani-Wani later made a cameo with its Trainer in the beginning of the movie Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea.


It was revealed to have evolved into a Feraligatr during an internet broadcast of a Pokémon Contest in A Stand-Up Sit-Down!. It used Aqua Tail in an appeal round in conjunction with Little Pink during a double performance in Hearthome City.

Moves used

Wani-Wani Aqua Tail.png
Using Aqua Tail
Move First Used In
Water Gun The Legend of Thunder!
Aqua Tail A Stand-Up Sit-Down!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Totodile, Croconaw, and Feraligatr.

Marina's Pokémon
On hand:
160 Wani-Wani 
200 Little Miss 
039 Pink 

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