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Graveler Anatomy- Pokedex Entry
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Published: December 14, 2016
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Tri-Edge-Arts's avatar
I still wonder why Geodude grows two pairs of limbs (legs and another pair of hands) but then lose a pair again when it becomes Golem... truly weird.
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Ganondox|Hobbyist General Artist
So does that mean graveler lays soft shelled eggs? 
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HetalianNation's avatar
That mating part though :'D
Your work is so interesting!!
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Christopher-Stoll|Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! It's based on a real biological process common in frogs and a few other organisms :D
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HetalianNation's avatar
The more you know.. xD
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davisnova|Hobbyist Digital Artist
there remains one question... what does its **** look like?
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gavrevil's avatar
so they are practically a "frock" (intentionally bad pun)
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Jose-Ramiro|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Super coolness.
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TimTheEvoker's avatar
So I take it that form of reproduction is based on some sort of real life animal?
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