|Body type||Skeletal fish|
|Place of origin||Hyrule|
Lava pools (Red Bago-Bago)
|Lifespan||Likely until decayed, given their undead status|
|Status||Undead, conservation status is irrelevant|
|Behind the Scenes|
|Universe||The Legend of Zelda|
Each subspecies can and will spit projectiles from their mouths in a manner similar to any of the Octorok species, even spitting them while in mid-leap. Whereas typical Bago-Bago will spit rocks, presumably scooped up from the riverbed, Red Bago-Bago instead spit far deadlier fire. The rocks seem to cause minor concussions (as they sap experience points) while the fire must be stopped with Reflect magic.
Typical Bago-Bago are normally seen swimming underneath bridges crossing rivers, while Red Bago-Bago are known to exist only within the Great Palace.
As they appear on bridges, they are especially dangerous as they are likely to knock adventurers into the water or lava below, causing them to be injured from the fall.
- Bago-Bago behave very similar to Cheep-Cheep from the Mario series. Their name is considered to likely be a reference to these enemies.