Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Seadra often hide in coral reefs waiting to sting unsuspecting Swimmers with their poison barbs

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: “Trainers beware! Seadra often hide in coral reefs waiting to sting unsuspecting Swimmers with their poison barbs.” 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

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

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Ponyta can barely stand up when they are young and gain strength by trying to keep up with their parents

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Rapidash are so competitive, they’ll try to race anything that goes fast

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Rapidash are… Oh… Wait…

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – A Slowbro can revert to being a Slowpoke if the Shellder attached to its tail gets knocked off

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Magnemite are unable to fly if their internal electrical supply is depleted

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – When three Magnemite link together to become Magneton, their brains also combine

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Some of these Pokémon facts are a little…Farfetch’d

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Doduo cannot fly very well, but they make up for it by running at high speeds

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Each of Dodrio’s three heads represents different emotions: joy, sadness and anger 😃😢😠

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – When swimming under sheets of ice, Seel use their heads to punch air holes in the ice so that they can breathe

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – The colder the temperature, the more active a Dewgong becomes

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Grimer loves anything messy

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Muk don’t have a sense of smell and their awful stench can cause fainting

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Shellder shells are tougher than diamonds! 💎

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – The spikes on Cloyster shells were once used to make spears

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – You’ll faint if you get caught in Gastly’s gaseous body

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Haunter revel in total darkness and are afraid of the light

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – If your shadow runs away from you at night, it might actually be a Gengar

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Onix have an internal magnet that acts as a compass

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Dream-eating Drowzee prefer to dine on fun dreams—if they eat too many nightmares, they start to feel sick 😷

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – If a Krabby senses danger, it tries to appear bigger by cloaking itself in bubbles

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – 💤💤💤 … … … Oh, sorry about that! There must have been a Hypno nearby…

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Kingler communicate by waving their enormous claws in the air

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Voltorb was first sighted at a company that manufactures Poké Balls

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Electrode are known to explode at the slightest provocation

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Exeggutor’s heads steadily grow larger from exposure to strong sunlight

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – …nope, this one’s too sad. Please find the nearest Cubone and give it a big hug

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – The more cracks appear on an Exeggcute, the closer it is to evolving

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Marowak tap out messages on boulders with their bone

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – The punches from a Hitmonchan are thrown with such high speed, even a slight graze can cause a burn

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Hitmonlee’s legs can stretch to up to double their length

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Lickitung memorizes things by texture and by taste

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Koffing float because the gases in their bodies are lighter than air

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Weezing like to find dirty, unkempt houses and make them their home

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Rhyhorn don’t stop attacking until their target has been destroyed

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Rhydon’s armorlike hide can protect this Pokémon even if it walks through hot lava

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Chansey use their eggs to help heal people and Pokémon, making them a popular fixture in many Pokémon Centers

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Tangela’s true identity is obscured by its twisted vines

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Never try to catch a young Kangaskhan in the wild

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – If a Horsea is attacked by a larger opponent, it spits out dark ink to cover its retreat

Source: @Pokemon

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