Fascinating Pokemon Facts


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1. Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawk cornerback, is an avid Pokemon fan, and battles and trades with Doug Baldwin, the Seahawks' wide receiver.
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2. A 'Pokerus' (Pokemon Virus) is a sickness that Pokemon can get in the games that raises their stats; it is extremely rare.
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3. do you like pokemon cause i wanna get a peek-at-chu
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4. The psychic-type Pokemon Alakazam has an IQ of 5,000.
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5. Psychic-type Pokemon are weak to bug, dark, and ghost-type attacks because those types are psychological fears that people have.
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6. A "Pokerus" (Pokemon Virus) is a sickness that Pokemon can get in the games that raises their stats; it is extremely rare.

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