Spoink, #325 – Bounce Pokémon

Spoink bounces around on its tail. The shock of its bouncing makes its heart pump. As a result, this Pokémon cannot afford to stop bouncing—if it stops, its heart will stop. Spoink keeps a pearl on top of its head. The pearl functions to amplify this Pokémon's psychokinetic powers. It is therefore on a constant … Continue reading Spoink, #325 – Bounce Pokémon

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Torkoal, #324 – Coal Pokémon

Torkoal digs through mountains in search of coal. If it finds some, it fills hollow spaces on its shell with the coal and burns it. If it is attacked, this Pokémon spouts thick black smoke to beat a retreat. Torkoal generates energy by burning coal. It grows weaker as the fire dies down. When it … Continue reading Torkoal, #324 – Coal Pokémon

Camerupt, #323 – Eruption Pokémon

Camerupt has a volcano inside its body. Magma of 18,000 degrees Fahrenheit courses through its body. Occasionally, the humps on this Pokémon's back erupt, spewing the superheated magma. The humps on Camerupt's back are formed by a transformation of its bones. They sometimes blast out molten magma. This Pokémon apparently erupts often when it is … Continue reading Camerupt, #323 – Eruption Pokémon

Numel, #322 – Numb Pokémon

Numel is extremely dull witted—it doesn't notice being hit. However, it can't stand hunger for even a second. This Pokémon's body is a seething cauldron of boiling magma. Numel stores magma of almost 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit within its body. If it gets wet, the magma cools and hardens. In that event, the Pokémon's body grows … Continue reading Numel, #322 – Numb Pokémon

Wailord, #321 – Float Whale Pokémon

Wailord is the largest of all identified Pokémon up to now. This giant Pokémon swims languorously in the vast open sea, eating massive amounts of food at once with its enormous mouth. When chasing prey, Wailord herds them by leaping out of the water and making a humongous splash. It is breathtaking to see this … Continue reading Wailord, #321 – Float Whale Pokémon

Wailmer, #320 – Ball Whale Pokémon

Wailmer's nostrils are located above its eyes. This playful Pokémon loves to startle people by forcefully snorting out seawater it stores inside its body out of its nostrils. Wailmer can store water inside its body to transform itself into a ball for bouncing around on the ground. By filling itself up with more water, this … Continue reading Wailmer, #320 – Ball Whale Pokémon

Sharpedo, #319 – Brutal Pokémon

Nicknamed “the bully of the sea," Sharpedo is widely feared. Its cruel fangs grow back immediately if they snap off. Just one of these Pokémon can thoroughly tear apart a supertanker. Sharpedo can swim at speeds of up to 75 mph by jetting seawater out of its backside. This Pokémon's drawback is its inability to … Continue reading Sharpedo, #319 – Brutal Pokémon