Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – HYAH! Staryu may live in the sea, but it is said that they use their glowing red core to communicate with the stars in the sky

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: “HYAH! Staryu may live in the sea, but it is said that they use their glowing red core to communicate with the stars in the sky!” Pokémon Let’s Go … Continue reading Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – HYAH! Staryu may live in the sea, but it is said that they use their glowing red core to communicate with the stars in the sky

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Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Seaking create nests for their eggs by hollowing out boulders with their horn

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: “Seaking create nests for their eggs by hollowing out boulders with their horn!” Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee are available now for Nintendo Switch. Pokémon Let’s … Continue reading Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Seaking create nests for their eggs by hollowing out boulders with their horn

Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Goldeen are also known as “The Water Queens” because their delicate fins resemble an elegant ballroom gown

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: “Goldeen are also known as “The Water Queens” because their delicate fins resemble an elegant ballroom gown. 👑” Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee are available now … Continue reading Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Goldeen are also known as “The Water Queens” because their delicate fins resemble an elegant ballroom gown

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

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

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: “If a Horsea is attacked by a larger opponent, it spits out dark ink to cover its retreat!” Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee are available now … Continue reading Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – If a Horsea is attacked by a larger opponent, it spits out dark ink to cover its retreat

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

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: “Never try to catch a young Kangaskhan in the wild, Trainers! Their parent is likely lurking nearby, and you won’t like them when they’re angry!” Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu … Continue reading Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Never try to catch a young Kangaskhan in the wild

Most Bug-type Pokémon with a secondary type are Bug- and Flying-type Pokémon

As part of its ongoing efforts to promote every single Pokémon out there, The Pokémon Company is sharing various posts featuring all sorts of Bug-type Pokémon: “Most Bug-type Pokémon with a secondary type are Bug- and Flying-type Pokémon! Which would you keep on your team? 🐝🦋” You can check out dedicated posts featuring Bug-type Pokémon … Continue reading Most Bug-type Pokémon with a secondary type are Bug- and Flying-type Pokémon

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

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: “Tangela's true identity is obscured by its twisted vines.” Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee are available now for Nintendo Switch. Pokémon Let’s Go fact: Bulbasaur can … Continue reading Video: Pokémon Let’s Go fact – Tangela’s true identity is obscured by its twisted vines

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

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: “Chansey use their delicious, nutritious eggs to help heal people and Pokémon, making them a popular fixture in many Pokémon Centers!” Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee … Continue reading 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

Bug-type Pokémon make up about 10 percent of the entire Pokédex

As part of its ongoing efforts to promote every single Pokémon out there, The Pokémon Company is sharing various posts featuring all sorts of Bug-type Pokémon: “Trainers, grab your bug-catching gear—this month we’re talking about the wiggly critters of the Pokémon world: Bug-type Pokémon! 🐛🐞” You can check out dedicated posts featuring Bug-type Pokémon below: … Continue reading Bug-type Pokémon make up about 10 percent of the entire Pokédex