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demilypyro · 2 days ago
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retrogamingblog2 · 2 days ago
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kimarisgundam · 2 days ago
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Don't judge me for drawing this. The last thing I saw before my 12hr flight back home was a screenshot of wiglett on Twitter and I somehow mistook its pink nose for a mouth like it was going :0
And my brain was like "ah yes, they made a Monster Hunter pokemon . This is a baby khezu"
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hyrule-in-a-pokeball · 2 days ago
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Wigglett!!
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While it may look like a regional variant of Diglett, this Pokemon is actually a completely unrelated species, and is pure water-type. In fact, with the classification of "Garden eel pokemon" Wigglett is actually a type of fish.
Wigglett is an example of something that takes place in the real world known as Convergent evolution, a phenomena in which two or more completely unrelated species of animal evolved into very similar roles and body types, or independently evolved similar adaptations.
Think Sharks and Dolphins. Both predatory animals with very similar body plans designed to accomplish the same thing, but one is a fish and the other is a mammal, and the two are in no way directly related to one another.
Another good example of convergent evolution is the evolution of wings in multiple unrelated species. Bats, birds, and insects. They all have very different ideas of what a wing should be, but all of their wings function and accomplish the same goal: Flight
Some are now beginning to theorize that Wigglett isn't the first example of convergent evolution, pointing to the "Pikachu clones" as an example.
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However, this is extremely incorrect. All of these Pokemon are rodents, making them directly related to one another. In fact, the Pokedex entry for Pachirisu in Pokemon legends: Arceus all but confirms this "A species related to the Pikachu line. Though Pachirisu is a calm Pokémon, it still presents a danger should one touch its electrified tail or cheeks."
So no, the Pikachu clones are not an example of convergent evolution, but the opposite; Divergent evolution. Multiple species branching off from one species as they change over time to fill different roles in their environments, eventually becoming so different that they can be classified as different animals. think lions and tigers, or wolves and foxes.
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nonetoon · 2 days ago
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What do you think of the new pokemon Wiglett
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ordinary-guy-vair · 2 days ago
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Wiglett (Water)
It may look like Diglett, but it’s actually a completely different species of Pokémon. Wiglett pokes a part of its body out of the sand to feed in the ocean. It’s still unclear what the rest of its body hidden in the sand is like or how long it might be. Boasting an exceptional sense of smell, Wiglett is able to pick up scents from over 60 feet away. It has a skittish disposition and is constantly cautious of its surroundings. When it notices the scent of other Pokémon, Wiglett burrows into the sand to conceal itself.
(via Serebii)
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cherrie-teaa · 2 days ago
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tinukis · 2 days ago
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do you like jacq's slippers
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join-avenue · a day ago
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Alhamdullilah he will be soaked soon
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satoshi-mochida · 2 days ago
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The Pokemon Company and developer Game Freak have revealed new Pokemon Wiglett for Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet.
Get the details below.
Wiglett
Category: Garden Eel Pokemon
Type: Water
Height: 3’11” (1.2 m)
Weight: 4 lbs. (1.8 kg)
Ability: Gooey / Rattled
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Boasting an exceptional sense of smell, Wiglett is able to pick up scents from over 60 feet away. It has a skittish disposition and is constantly cautious of its surroundings. When it notices the scent of other Pokemon, Wiglett burrows into the sand to conceal itself.
Wiglett pokes a part of its body out of the sand to feed in the ocean. It’s still unclear what the rest of its body hidden in the sand is like or how long it might be. It’s said that Wiglett’s resemblance to Diglett might be a mere coincidence—a result of its adaptation to its environment.
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Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet are due out for Switch on November 18.
Watch a new trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.
Wiglett Knows How To Make A Splash
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heyitsnyixie · 2 days ago
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I raise you orchid colored sprigatito
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finn-ian · 2 days ago
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If Wiglett
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is not a fucking geoduck
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I am going to be dumbstruck
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dhrlight · 2 days ago
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Wigglet is a boopsnoot sock puppet
convince me otherwise....
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memedokies · a month ago
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nonetoon · 24 days ago
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It’s tough being a Ceruledge…
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eyepine · 7 months ago
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wellfine · 7 months ago
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