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Taillow (Japanese: スバメ Subame) is a dual-type Normal/Flying Pokémon introduced in Generation III.
It evolves into Swellow starting at level 22.
Taillow is a small bird Pokémon with dark blue feathers. A red marking with pointed tips stretches from its chest to its forehead, and it has a white underside. It has narrow brown eyes and a short yellow beak. It has elongated wingtips and black feet with yellow talons. Each foot has three toes facing forward and one backward. Two sharply pointed feathers form its tail.
Taillow is very gutsy and will stand up to powerful opponents without backing down. During the cold season, this Pokémon will fly over 180 miles (300 kilometers) per day to search for areas that have warm climates. It typically hunts Wurmple, but flocks have also been shown eating crops in the anime. When it is hungry, it will weaken and cry loudly.
Taillow debuted in You Never Can Taillow as the leader of a flock of Taillow in Petalburg Woods. The Tiny Swallow Pokémon was the first Pokémon that Ash caught in Hoenn. Taillow evolved into Swellow in That's Just Swellow during the final round of the Crossgate PokéRinger competition.
In We're No Angels!, Team Rocket helped Professor Brown stop them from attacking the crops of a village whose residents thought the trio were superheroes.
In Oaknapped!, Ritchie owns a Taillow nicknamed Rose. It was sent out to help Ritchie and his friends find the missing Professor Oak.
In a flashback in Rivals: Today and Tomorrow!, a wild Taillow attacked Sawyer's Treecko, only to be later defeated by it.
In The Ribbon Cup Caper, a Taillow was at the S.S. St. Flower's Pokémon Center.
A Taillow appeared in a visualization in Hi Ho Silver Wind!.
In Lucario and the Mystery of Mew, a Taillow was one of Mew's transformations.
A Coordinator's Taillow appeared in What I Did for Love!.
In A Staravia is Born!, Team Rocket captured multiple Taillow.
Multiple Taillow appeared in Giratina and the Sky Warrior.
A Taillow appeared in The Dream Continues!.
Multiple Taillow appeared in Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction.
In Day Three Blockbusters!, a Trainer's Taillow attended the Pokémon Summer Camp.
A wild Taillow appeared in Love Strikes! Eevee, Yikes!.
In Serving Up the Flute Cup!, Goh caught a Taillow while visiting the Hoenn Battle Frontier and used it to help him catch three Wurmple. It has since made further appearances in Pokémon Journeys: The Series.
In the Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire Animated Trailer, a wild Taillow landed on the roof of Brendan's house.
In The Cavern, multiple Taillow were flying away from a storm that a Primal Kyogre was causing.
Ash owns a Taillow in Ash & Pikachu, similar to the anime.
Taillow debuted as a wild Pokémon in Making Mirth with Mightyena.
A Taillow, nicknamed Lolotai (Japanese: スババ Subaba), appeared in Tripped Up by Torkoal, under the ownership of Russell (Japanese: タツキ Tatsuki). It was seen while Ruby was participating in a Pokémon Contest.
A Trainer's Taillow appeared in Plugging Past Electrike I.
Two Taillow appeared in Not So Fetching Feebas.
A Trainer's Taillow appeared in A Royal Rumble with Regirock, Regice and Registeel I.
The Battle Factory rented a Taillow, which was stolen by Guile Hideout in Facing Gulpin Is Hard to Swallow.
Taillow appeared in TA02.
Taillow seems to be based on a swallow, specifically the barn swallow or welcome swallow.
Taillow may be a combination of tail and swallow.
Subame may be a corruption of 燕 tsubame (swallow).