#453 Croagunk - Its cheeks hold poison sacs; expanding them may make an eerie blubbering sound for intimidation. It tries to catch foes off guard to jab them with toxic fingers. The fluid squeezed from its finger, albeit poisonous, is a significant ingredient in remedies for lower-back pain. It rarely fights fairly, but that is strictly to ensure survival.
#387 Turtwig - The shell on its back is made of hardened soil; when it absorbs water, the shell becomes harder. On a very healthy Turtwig, the shell should feel moist. Turtwig performs photosynthesis, absorbing sunlight and making oxygen. The leaf on its head wilts if it is thirsty, so Turtwig relies heavily on water to keep its plant healthy and thus spends a lot of time near lakes.
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#224 Octillery - It traps enemies with its suction-cupped tentacles, then smashes them with its rock-hard head. If the foe turns out to be too strong, Octillery spews ink to escape. Its instinct is to bury itself in holes; it prefers rock crags or pots and steals the nesting holes of others to sleep in them.
#189 Jumpluff - Drifts on seasonal winds and spreads its cotton-like spores all over the world to make more offspring. Even in the fiercest wind, Jumpluff can control its fluff to make its way to any place in the world it wants. It descends if it encounters cold air currents while it is floating.
#045 Vileplume - Its petals are the largest in the world. With every step, the petals shake out heavy clouds of toxic pollen. The larger its petals, the more pollen it contains. The petals are used to attract prey that are then doused with its toxic spores; once the prey are immobilized, Vileplume catches and devours them.
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