Salamence, the Dragon Pokémon. Salamence is the final evolution of Bagon. It is able to exhale powerful blasts of fire while flying.
Covering Shelgon’s body are outgrowths much like bones. The shell is very hard and bounces off enemy attacks. When awaiting evolution, this Pokémon hides away in a cavern.
Bagon, the Rock Head Pokémon. Bagon dreams of being able to fly through the air. When frustrated from not flying, Bagon uses its head to smash rocks into powder.
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Relicanth, the Longevity Pokémon. Relicanth is covered in stone-like scales, which allow it to endure the pressure of the deep ocean.
Gorebyss, the South Sea Pokémon. Gorebyss is the evolved form of Clamperl. A powerful swimmer and beautiful to watch.
Huntail, the Deep Sea Pokémon. Huntail is the evolved form of Clamperl. It uses its fish shaped tail to entice prey before snapping it up in its large jaws.
Clamperl, the Bivalve Pokémon. Clamperl holds a powerful shell that’s useful in not only protecting itself, but also in clamping down on prey.
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Walrein’s two massively developed tusks can totally shatter blocks of ice weighing ten tons with one blow. This Pokémon’s thick coat of blubber insulates it from subzero temperatures.
Sealeo, the Ball Roll Pokémon. Sealeo is the evolved form of Spheal. Upon seeing something new, it tends to roll it on its snout, testing its smell and texture.
Spheal, the Clap Pokémon. Spheal moves more quickly by rolling than by walking. They are sometimes known to cross oceans atop icebergs.
Wynaut, the Bright Pokémon. Wynaut are the pre-evolved form of Wobbuffet. They travel in herds and at night, and retire to caves where they sleep together in groups.