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|First Appearance||Pokémon Metal & Wood|
|Hidden Ability||Natural Cure|
Tundrill is a small gopher-like Pokémon with brown fur with white markings around the top of the head, cheek pouches, belly, and its small tail. It doesn't have a defined mouth until it opens which shows two sharp rodent teeth. It has nails on its front and back limbs it uses for digging.
Tundrill has strong arms and legs with sharp nails that it uses to dig into frozen ground. It is capable of digging at fast speeds and can resurface many miles away. The sand it digs up can be thrown backwards to blind any would be predators.
Tundrill is a skittish Pokémon who will hide into it's burrow should danger present itself. While they can be social, they prefer to live by themselves. They are usually active in searching for food and expanding their burrows. With their trainers, they are affectionate and often "stand guard" as if the trainer if their burrow.
Tundrill eats mostly roots, seeds, fruits, grains, and flowers but may consume small insects.
Tundrill lives in snowy areas of high altitude but it also comfortable in warmer areas such as valleys.
|Metal||It will dig through the ground searching for various roots and burrowing insects for food. It has sharp claws to dig through frozen earth.|
|Wood||Tundrill can dig at very fast speeds without stopping. It is not uncommon for Tundrills to cross entire mountain ranges in one trip by digging underneath them.|
|Wood||Route 1, Snowfall Cave, Route 2, Route 3, Chillpine Forest, Route 4, Route 5, Route 6, Route 7, Route 8, Route 13, Darkvein Pass, Route 17, Dig Site,|
- Tundrill is the second Pokémon with this type combination. It is also the second to be considered the regional rodent.
Tundrill is based on a digging-like rodent such as a lemming or hamster.
Tundrill is based off from tundra and drill. Tunnezumi is based off from トンネル tonneru (tunnel) and ねずみ nezumi (mouse)