Tropical Wiggler

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Tropical Wiggler
A Tropical Wiggler in Super Mario Odyssey
Artwork of a Tropical Wiggler from Super Mario Odyssey.
First appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)
Variant of Wiggler
“I came to this island to see the strange creature made of differently colored round sections!”
Bonneter biologist, Super Mario Odyssey

Tropical Wigglers[1] are long, colorful Wiggler variants resembling inchworms wearing floppy purple hats. They first appear in Super Mario Odyssey, where they appear in the Lost Kingdom and the Underground Moon Caverns in the Moon Kingdom. They are not aggressive, and are in fact described with such terms as "genial" and "pleasant"; however, their spiked bodies can still cause them to unwittingly damage Mario. They move by stretching their bodies outward before contracting, which, according to the Bonneter biologist, is much like an accordion. They often do this across pathways; this, combined with their coloration, has earned them the nickname "traffic lights of the island."[1] Mario is capable of capturing it to travel over the poison or lava that fills the area, but it can be defeated by having it fall into a pit of poison or lava or by throwing a hammer at it as a Hammer Bro, like it can be seen in the Moon Kingdom. A Tropical Wiggler will sweat when traversing over large gaps. Tropical Wigglers can also activate ? Blocks from the sides.

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Game File Name Meaning

Super Mario Odyssey Imomu Imomu From「イモムシ」(imomushi, caterpillar); rendered「イモムー」(Imomū) in pre-release media[2]

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Language Name Meaning
Japanese シマハナチャン
Shima Hanachan
Isle Wiggler
Chinese (Simplified) 岛花之子
Dǎo huā zhī zǐ
Island Wiggler
Chinese (Traditional) 島花毛毛
Dǎo huā máomao
Island Wiggler
Dutch Tropical Wiggler -
French Wiggler tropical Tropical Wiggler
German Tropen-Wiggler Tropic Wiggler
Italian Torcibruco tropicale Tropical Wiggler
Korean 섬꽃충이
Seomkkotchungi
Island Wiggler
Russian Тропическая Егоза
Tropicheskaya Yegoza
Tropical Wiggler
Spanish (NOA) Floruga tropical Tropical Wiggler
Spanish (NOE) Floruga Tropical Tropical Wiggler

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