Raticate are much larger than Rattata, are mostly tawny in color with a lighter-colored underside, and although they are still classified as quadrupedal Raticate typically walk on two legs. Like Rattata, Raticate’s most prominent feature is its very large incisor teeth that grow quickly. Three rows of whiskers extend from its muzzle, which it uses to maintain balance. They also possess webbed feet, which enables them to swim. Raticate has a much more rat-like tail than Rattata, being long, scaled, and bare, and its ears are more ragged in shape.It evolves from Rattata starting at level 20.