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07-09-2015, 04:04 PM
(07-09-2015, 03:44 PM)✯Ho-OhLugia✯ Wrote: Hmm, okay. Have you ever seen a rare and exotic animal in the wild (excluding hallucinations of Pokemon)?

I live in Puerto Rico, so bunnies and squirrels are exotic to me (although I do know they aren't). To be more specific, I've seen some wild guacamayos (I don't know the word in English) flying around on the island, also a bluejay in Washington DC once, like the one Toronto MLB team uses as a logo.

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do you know how squirtles contain so much water for attacks?

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(07-10-2015, 06:14 AM)Gengar Wrote: do you know how squirtles contain so much water for attacks?

I do but... I can't tell. The Squirtle Squad comes along and "disposes" of me if I tell.

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oh no. what about other water types then?

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(07-11-2015, 08:11 AM)Gengar Wrote: oh no. what about other water types then?

It's a weird biology thing.

Water types that dwell above ground (such as moi [but this is all secret so shh]) have a special organ that turns some of the oxygen and hydrogen breathed in into water by processes currently unknown to scientists (read: Oak).

Water types that spend most of their time underwater have a smaller version of this organ plus a special water sac that holds all the water that they breathe in.

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(07-11-2015, 07:49 PM)I liek Squirtles Wrote:
(07-11-2015, 08:11 AM)Gengar Wrote: oh no. what about other water types then?

It's a weird biology thing.

Water types that dwell above ground (such as moi [but this is all secret so shh]) have a special organ that turns some of the oxygen and hydrogen breathed in into water by processes currently unknown to scientists (read: Oak).

Water types that spend most of their time underwater have a smaller version of this organ plus a special water sac that holds all the water that they breathe in.

that makes sense to me. that's very interesting. i would imagine that would be explored a bit less by nonmedical scientist since they wouldn't want to deal with organs and such. but i also imagine surgery may not be necessary with psychic pokemon around.

do you think grass types being effective to water types has any actual merit? razor leaf for exampe

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Shoot, never answered that.

Yes it does. One, Razor Leaves are sharp. Two, Grass absorbs Water to engage in photosynthesis so that the plant can actually stay alive.

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What's your favourite Legendary Pokemon?

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(08-04-2015, 03:19 AM)✯Ho-OhLugia✯ Wrote: What's your favourite Legendary Pokemon?

Mew! Followed closely by Shaymin.

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what if i told you most grass type attacks don't actually involve roots? so they don't really absorb water

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