This pokemon papercraft is the Cubone, desigend by Cotton Eyed Joe. Cubone is a Ground-type Pokémon. It evolves into Marowak starting at level 28. Cubone is a small Pokémon that stands up on two legs. Its golden-brown hide covers its arms, legs, tail, and most of its body, including both dorsal spikes.
Cubone’s belly is a very light brown. Two small claws, one on each hand, serve as thumbs for Cubone, and two large nails make up its toes. On its head, Cubone wears the skull of its dead mother, so much of its actual face has never actually been seen. The skull is worn like a helmet in such a way that the only visible part of Cubone’s face is its eyes and a small area surrounding them. Cubone's eyes are triangular and white with black irises. The skull has two rounded horns on the top of its head, and under the skull, Cubone has a brown snout, with two fangs protruding from its mouth.
The exceedingly small Cubone survives only through the immense skill it possesses in wielding its bone as a weapon. Though a naturally simple Pokémon, Cubone can be taught Ice- and Fire-type attacks through the technology of Technical Machines. Cubone is a Ground-type Pokémon, however the only Ground-type attacks Cubone learns by leveling up are Bone Club, Bonemerang, and Bone Rush, which are all exclusive to Cubone and its evolution Marowak, except for Bone Rush which can also be learned by Lucario and Mandibuzz.
Cubone live in rocky areas, usually on mountains or in caves. They also once inhabited the Pokémon Tower in Lavender Town where deceased Pokémon were buried and mourned. It is infamous for seclusion and clandestine activity, so sightings are obviously very rare, limiting information about Cubone and its preferred habitat. It is known that Cubone is predominantly a Kanto-native Pokémon, but sightings in Sinnoh have been reported as well.
It is called the Lonely Pokémon because of its tendency to keep to itself and avoid sociality. It was apparently traumatized by the death of its mother, and has now entirely removed itself from society. Cubone will often weep at night in mourning of its mother. When Cubone cries, the skull that it wears on its head vibrates and emits “a plaintive and mournful sound.” On the night of a full moon, the cries are said to be especially terrible. Cubone seems to recognize its mother in the moon, and so it howls with a particular sadness.