Feraligatr are big, bulky, bipedal crocodilian Pokémon, primarily blue in coloration with accentuations of red and yellow. In aspects of coloration, Feraligatr much resembles its pre-evolution, with the exception of the vanished ‘animal skin’ pattern. A notable feature of Feraligatr is its large, powerful, toothy jaws that are able to cause heavy damage. Three teeth are visible when Feraligatr closes its mouth, two from the lower jaw and one from the upper. Feraligatr has three sets of spikes on its body, all of which possess three prongs. The one on its back appears particularly prominent, due to its size and the bulk of Feraligatr’s shoulders. The bisected, V-shaped yellow pattern Feraligatr possessed as a Totodile has reappeared, except being on the lower portion of its body and between its thighs instead of its arms. Feraligatr also have large scales on their arms, tails, and legs, the latter of which give the appearance of pockets. A differing feature of Feraligatr in comparison to its pre-evolutions is that its irises are yellow instead of red and that all its digits have nails.
Along with the usual Water-type abilities, Feraligatr's jaws have the ability to lock in place like its pre-evolutions. In combination with their large muscle power, this ability makes them extremely fearsome and brutal.
Feraligatr are more used to swimming than to walking on land. When this Pokémon does venture out of water, it crawls on all fours in order to move faster, it has a hard time standing on its hind legs as a result of being big. However, when they are hunting or fighting, they are surprisingly agile and fast, due to their powerful hind legs that are used to kick the ground hard and charge. Feraligatr intimidates its foes by opening its huge mouth, although it lacks the actual Ability.
Feraligatr are extremely rare in the wild. They live near water with the rest of their evolution family.
It goes at blinding speed when it attacks and bites its prey. When it bites with its massive and powerful jaws, it shakes its head and savagely tears its victim up.
This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation I.