In 1850 however, when a female West-Highland Terrier gave birth to a litter of Lillipups, people began to realize that Pokemon did come, in fact, from normal animals. This caused several theories to spring up until in 1976 the young Pokemon Professor Samuel Oak discovered a virus in one of his samples. First, he believed it to be a contamination, but then curiosity got the better of him. He noted a section in the virus’ DNA he found oddly familiar. In a sample of his Charizard’s DNA, he recognized the exact same section of viral DNA. This lead to a breakthrough in Pokemon research, explaining exactly where Pokemon came from: The ‘Pokerus’ Virus affects the reproductive organs, slipping its genetic information into its hosts gametes and changing the offspring to mutate into Pokemon.”
Invertebrate Pokémon: Insects. The largest group, and for bugs, have a surprisingly high intellect.
Okay, here you have: Celebi, Paras, Parasect, Nincada, Ninjask, Shedenja, Lunatone, Bergmite, Carbink, Diancie, Mega Diancie, Megaerna, Surskit, Masquerain, Scizzor, Mega Scizzor, Formantis, Lurantis, Bonsley, Sudoowoodo, Buzzwole, Klefki, Venipede, Whirlipede, Scolipede, Tsareena, Kricketot, Kricketune, Yanma, Yanmega, Sewaddle, Swadloon, Leavanny, Caterpie, Metapod, Butterfree, Wurmple, Silcoon, Cascoon, Beautifly, Dustox, Venonat, Venomoth, Larvesta, Volcarona, Spewpa, Scatterbug, Vivillon, Burmy, Wormadam, Mothim, Kartana, Tapu Lele, Cutiefly, Ribombee, Gligar, Gliscor, Weedle, Kakuna, Beedrill, Mega Beedrill, Combee, Vespiqueen, Durant, Snorunt, Glalie, Mega Glalie, Froslass, Ledyba, Ledian, Illumise, Volbeat, Heracross, Mega Heracross, Pinsir, Mega Pinsir, Grubbin, Charjabug, Vikavolt, Karrablast, Escavalier, Pheromosa
-Cutiefly and Ribombee are not the same. Cutiefly is related to flies, Ribombee is related to Hawkmoths. They look similar enough that there was a connection suspected, though.
-Dustox Wurmple hatch earlier in the year. As they are venomous, predators won't eat them, so the Beautifly Wurmple that hatch later in the year can profit of predators believing them to be poisonous- which they are not.
-Genesect was the result of some drunken scientists pasting a cannon on the back of a giant cockroach.
-Karbink is a Termite-like Pokémon. There is only one known colony of them, and they not only eat organic substances, but can also convert rocks. Their Queen is called Mega Diancie. The normal Diancie is some sort of Princess.
-Magearna is an artificial Pokémon that has been build in the likeness of Diancie.
-Snorunt has a strange alternation of generations. Snorunt is the small male, Glalie the female. From their eggs hatch only Froslass, which are hermaphroditic and lay eggs from which Snorunt and Glalie hatch.
PLEASE NOTE: This is how I see the Pokemon. It is fine to be of different opinion, but please tolerate mine.
Bears and Weasels
Rodents and Rabbits
Spiders and other Arthropods
No, look closer, Mega Glalie is there. Just behind Glalie.
"Snorunt has a strange alternation of generations. Snorunt is the small male, Glalie the female. From their eggs hatch only Froslass, which are hermaphroditic and lay eggs from which Snorunt and Glalie hatch."
Facepalming, facepalming hard.
Those are Gligar and Gliscor. I saw the two pointy parts on the tails and thought they were Skorupi and Drapion.
It’s clearly not a dinosaur.
The three look too similar to me to be split into different species.
So I put it under Dinosaurs. Scizzor on the other hand, looks more bug-like than Scyther. So it is a bug (they ain't related though). Scizzor can however be found along with Scyther packs.
Or Scizor dinosaurs. Lol
Just armor plated Scythers.
I’ve also seen crab-like Scizors which look weird. Lol
Oh well guess I won't know
Well, it's gonna be a box jellyfish in my variant - still need to get started on those, though. (Curse you, Sacred!)