Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Not even a dynamite blast can harm Golem 💥

As part of its ongoing efforts to promote Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee, The Pokémon Company has shared a fact regarding another iconic Kanto Pokémon: “There’s tough, there’s tougher, and then there’s Golem. Not even a dynamite blast can harm this Pokémon! 💥” Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee are available now for Nintendo Switch.

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Bulbasaur can go for days without food by storing energy in the bulb on their back

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The average Ivysaur is 3 feet and 3 inches tall!

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The flower on the back of Venusaur absorbs sunlight and gives off a sweet, soothing scent

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The flame on the tail of a Charmander can be an indicator of its state of mind

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: When Charmeleon get excited, the flame on their tail burns a bluish white color

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The more battles a Charizard has experienced, the hotter its flame burns

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Squirtle’s shell has a rounded shape and grooves that allow it to swim at high speeds

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The average Wartortle weighs about 50 pounds

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The cannons on the back of a Blastoise can hit targets over 160 feet away

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: If you touch the feeler on the head of a Caterpie, it will release a horrible stench to protect itself

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The shell covering a Metapod is as hard as an iron slab

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The wings of a Butterfree repel water, enabling it to fly in the rain.

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Weedle eat their own body weight in leaves every day

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Kakuna can use their stinger to poison enemies

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Beedrill are extremely territorial; if you approach their nest, you could get stung

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Pidgey are so docile that when they’re attacked, they’d rather kick up sand than fight back

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: No matter how high they are flying, Pidgeotto can identify even small movements on the ground

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Pidgeot can reach up to Mach 2 speed

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Rattata live in very large groups; if you see one, you can be certain lots more live in the area

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Raticate are actually very good swimmers and have webbed hind feet

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Spearow have a very loud cry that can be heard up to half a mile away

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Drawings resembling Fearow can be found in murals from ancient history

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The older Ekans gets, the longer it grows

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Arbok are immensely strong and can even flatten steel oil drums with their bodies

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: When a Pikachu encounters something new, it blasts it with a jolt of electricity

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Raichu can glow in the dark due to the electricity stored in their bodies

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Sandshrew can roll themselves up into a ball instantly

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The claws of a Sandslash grow back in a day

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Nidoran♀ might be small, but the poison in their horns packs a serious punch

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: When Nidorina are with their friends or family, they always keep the barbs on their bodies tucked away to avoid hurting anyone

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Nidoqueen’s tackles often send their foes flying

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Nidoran♂ flap their ears like wings when they are listening to distant sounds

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Nidorino are aggressive Pokémon that attack without warning when they feel anything is wrong in their surroundings

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: One swing of Nidoking’s mighty tail can snap a telephone pole as if it were a matchstick

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The moonlight that Clefairy store in the wings on their back gives them the ability to float in midair

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Clefable have such good hearing, they can hear a pin drop from over half a mile away

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The flames that Vulpix produce are sometimes mistaken for ghosts

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: People who grab one of the many tails of a Ninetales find themselves under a thousand-year curse

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Jigglypuff possess a vocal range that exceeds 12 octaves, but each individual’s singing skill depends on personal effort

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Wigglytuff shed their fine fur when the seasons change – the fur is gathered and spun into a luxurious yarn

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Zubat rely on echolocation to move about – the frequency of their ultrasonic cries can differ slightly from colony to colony

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The fangs of a Golbat may look sturdy, but they are actually hollow and fragile

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Oddish search for fertile soil, then plant themselves in it

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – When a Gloom drools, it produces honey that smells so atrocious, you can smell it more than half a mile away

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Vileplume scatters toxic spores that can cause awful allergy attacks

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The mushrooms that grow on the back of Paras are called tochukaso

Pokémon Let’s Go fact: The spores from the mushroom on the back of a Parasect can be used to create herbal medicines

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – The eyes of a Venonat are actually clusters of smaller eyes

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – When Venomoth flap their wings, the dusty scales that cover them scatter in a toxic cloud that can cause paralysis

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Sunlight is harmful to Diglett, so they prefer to stay underground

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – The three heads of Dugtrio can dig to a depth of about 60 miles

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Meowth wander around at dusk looking for lost coins that they then secretly hoard

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Persian are so graceful and can walk without making a sound

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – The worse Psyduck’s headache gets, the stronger their powers grow

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Golduck can swim faster than any Olympic medalist

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Mankey are not the most peaceful Pokémon and are always looking for a fight

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Primeape only stop being angry when they think no one else is around

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Growlithe have an immensely keen sense of smell and never forget a scent

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Arcanine are just… 🔥🔥🔥

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – The spiral on the belly of Poliwag are actually its insides showing through its very thin skin

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Poliwhirl are able to live on land, but they prefer to stay in water

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – The body of a Poliwrath consists almost entirely of muscle, causing this Pokemon to be very heavy

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Abra sleep 18 hours a day

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Without its silver spoon, Kadabra is limited to half its usual psychic powers

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – The brain of Alakazam can get so heavy, this Pokémon must hold up its own head with psychokinetic powers

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – A Machop’s daily work out includes using Graveler as their own barbells

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Machoke often help people with hard labor, since working helps build-up their muscles

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Don’t rely on Machamp to perform tasks that need a lot of skill because their four arms might get tangled

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – A Bellsprout’s body is extremely flexible, which make them very good at dodging attacks

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Weepinbell’s acid can dissolve everything

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Victreebel are said to live in large colonies in the deepest jungles, but no researcher has ever returned from there…

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – A Tentacool’s body is mostly composed of water and can dry up if it’s removed from the sea

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Tentacruel’s outbursts can create rough waves around it in the water

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Some people throw Geodude at each other like snowballs

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Graveler’s favorite food are mossy rocks

Source: @Pokemon

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