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Have you ever taken a close look at the Pokédex entries for each Pokémon? Have you wondered how Bulbasaur gets its bulb or why Wartortle has wings for ears? Then you are the kind of student Prof. Jacob is looking for! Every week, along with his lab assistant Mr. Kurtis and aspiring Pokémon trainer Corbin, we discuss each Pokédex entry for a new Pokémon. Lucky for you, this class is completely free! Simply download and listen to each lesson, and you’ll be a Pokémon expert in no time. Don’t forge… Continue Reading >>
Have you ever taken a close look at the Pokédex entries for each Pokémon? Have you wondered how Bulbasaur gets its bulb or why Wartortle has wings for ears? Then you are the kind of student Prof. Jacob is looking for! Every week, along with his lab assistant Mr. Kurtis and aspiring Pokémon trainer Corbin, we discuss each Pokédex entry for a new Pokémon. Lucky for you, this class is completely free! Simply download and listen to each lesson, and you’ll be a Pokémon expert in no time. Don’t forget, all grades are final, and Welcome to the World of Pokémon! New lessons every Wednesday. << Show Less
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099: Kingler Hello there! Welcome to Professor Jacob’s ninety-ninth lesson on Pokémon biology. For this class, we will be discussing Kingler: the Pincer Pokémon and evolved form of Krabby. Resembling Krabby in many ways, Kingler is most well known for the gorgeous crown on its head and its giant pincers. These claws have 10,000 horsepower, which is more than enough to break open an apricorn... in case you were wondering. Its claws are so large that Kingler has a hard time just lifting them. So just know that if you see a Kingler waving at you, it's exerting a lot of energy on your behalf. That means you're special. There's more to learn about Kingler, including its Gigantamax form, so be sure to take good notes!
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099: Kingler Hello there! Welcome to Professor Jacob’s ninety-ninth lesson on Pokémon biology. For this class, we will be discussing Kingler: the Pincer Pokémon and evolved form of Krabby. Resembling Krabby in many ways, Kingler is most well known for the gorgeous crown on its head and its giant pincers. These claws have 10,000 horsepower, which is more than enough to break open an apricorn... in case you were wondering. Its claws are so large that Kingler has a hard time just lifting them. So just know that if you see a Kingler waving at you, it's exerting a lot of energy on your behalf. That means you're special. There's more to learn about Kingler, including its Gigantamax form, so be sure to take good notes!
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098: Krabby Hello there! Welcome to Professor Jacob’s ninety-eighth lesson on Pokémon biology. In today's lesson, we discuss Krabby: the River Crab Pokémon. This cute little water type has two pincers, which it uses to pinch enemies and balance itself. Sometimes when there's a heated battle, Krabby can lose a claw! Oh no! Nah, it's all good with Krabby. They have the ability to regenerate their claws similar to how Slowpoke does with its tail. But that doesn't mean you should go around tearing off Krabby claws as you see fit. Be respectful now. There's more to learn about Krabby, so make sure you pay close attention and take good notes!
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097: Hypno Hello there! Welcome to Professor Jacob’s ninety-seventh lesson on Pokémon biology. For this class, we are discussing Hypno: the Hypnosis Pokémon and evolved form of Drowzee. Like Drowzee, Hypno loves putting people to sleep and eating their dreams. It's known for using its swinging, polished pendulum to lull victims to sleep. What's even creepier is that Hypno has been known to carry away people who have good dreams. There's even one reported instance of a Hypno carrying away a child, BUT this isn't common... supposedly. But just to be safe, you probably shouldn't let Hypno babysit your kids. There's more to learn about Hypno, so make sure you take plenty of notes!
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096: Drowzee Hello there! Welcome to Professor Jacob’s ninety-sixth lesson on Pokémon biology. In today's lesson, we will be discussing Drowzee: the Hypnosis Pokémon. This psychic type is said to have descended from the "legendary beast, Baku". Don't ask us what a "Baku" is. It ain't a Pokémon we've heard of. Drowzee is able to put people to sleep through hypnosis, where it then feasts on its victim's dreams. If you think that's creepy, get this: its favorite dreams are those of children. Terrifying. Unsettling. Don't bring this home to the family. There's more to learn about Drowzee, so be sure to take detailed notes!
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095: Onix Hello there! Welcome to Professor Jacob’s ninety-fifth lesson on Pokémon biology. This class today is all about Onix: the Rock Snake Pokémon. This big rock/ground type is composed almost entirely of gray boulders. It can travel underground at speeds of over 50 mph, which is known to cause loud roaring. As it digs through the earth, Onix absorbs hard objects, causing its body to become more sturdy. And once it's done digging, those tunnels are later used by Diglett! Ah, the circle of life. There's more to learn about Onix, so please take good notes!
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094: Gengar Hello there! Welcome to Professor Jacob’s ninety-fourth lesson on Pokémon biology. This lesson today is all about Gengar: the Shadow Pokémon and final evolved form of Gastly. This mischievous ghost/poison type gets its jollies by hiding in the shadows of people or objects, ready to attack its unsuspecting victims. It's also a bit of a jokester! Gengar loves playing pranks and casting curses on people... all in good fun! Gengar also has a Mega Evolution, which has the ability to access other dimensions, as well as a Gigantamax form, which possesses a giant mouth that is rumored to be a gateway to the afterlife. Again, what a fun jokester of a Pokémon! There's a ton to learn about Gengar, so be sure to pay attention and take exquisite notes!
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093: Haunter Hello there! Welcome to Professor Jacob’s ninety-third lesson on Pokémon biology. And this class is all about Haunter: the Gas Pokémon and evolved form of Gastly. This ghost/poison type has a tongue made entirely of gas, which it uses to lick unsuspecting victims. And once licked, those victims will shake violently until they die. Bad way to go. Some say Haunter is actually from another dimension, which is how it's able to float through walls. Sounds like some old folklore to me, but if it's in the Pokédex, then it's gotta be credible... right? And there's even more to learn about Haunter, so make sure you students take good notes!
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092: Gastly Hello there! Welcome to Professor Jacob’s ninety-second lesson on Pokémon biology. In today's lesson, we will be discussing Gastly: the Gas Pokémon! This ghost/poison type is basically a dark purplish cloud. Its body is made up of 95% gas (hence the name, kids), so it can be easily blown away by strong winds! I'm sure you're wondering what that other 5% is that makes up a Gastly. Well, tune into the lesson to find out that terrifying answer. Speaking of terrifying, Gastly also has the ability to envelop and suffocate any opponent regardless of size. So please, make sure your Gastly is well-trained before bringing it around kids, okay? There's even more to learn, so make sure you take plenty of notes and send your Gastly poems to the Professor for extra credit!
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091: Cloyster Hello there! Welcome to Professor Jacob’s ninety-first lesson on Pokémon biology. And for this class today, we will be discussing Cloyster: the Bivalve Pokémon and evolved form of Shellder. This water/ice type has a shell that’s harder than diamonds, able to withstand a bomb blast or missile. Now what kind of mad man would test this theory? Well... in today's lesson, you'll find out. Cloyster's insides are rarely seen because it usually keeps its shell closed, which is covered in sharp spikes. The bodily function it uses to propel the spikes while attacking is also used for swimming. "But what is this mysterious bodily function?," you might ask. Guess you gotta tune into the lesson to find out! So make sure you take plenty of notes, students.
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