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26th Nov '15 6:40:30 PM Brick3621
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A fairly large bipedal Pokemon, growing up to 2.2m (7'3") and weighing on average 80kg. (176.4lbs) It has short fur that is primarily brown, with a paler cream coloured belly and ears. It has armour-like build-ups of skin on its legs, shoulders and tail, visible fangs, and a dark, strong growth of bone on its skull. It also has a large leathery pouch on its belly, that virtually always contains a younger specimen.
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A fairly large bipedal Pokemon, Pokémon, growing up to 2.2m (7'3") and weighing on average 80kg. (176.4lbs) It has short fur that is primarily brown, with a paler cream coloured belly and ears. It has armour-like build-ups of skin on its legs, shoulders and tail, visible fangs, and a dark, strong growth of bone on its skull. It also has a large leathery pouch on its belly, that virtually always contains a younger specimen.

The pouch is considerably larger than the space required to hold one baby, and has been observed carrying other things in it, including additional baby Kangaskhan, other Pokemon, and even young human children. [Trainer's Note: It is not recommended to attempt to hitch a ride in a Kangaskhan pouch, particularly if you are too large.] They are also noted to keep other useful or interesting objects in the pouch, and there have been documented examples of Kangaskhan carrying a startling variety of objects in it.
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The pouch is considerably larger than the space required to hold one baby, and has been observed carrying other things in it, including additional baby Kangaskhan, other Pokemon, Pokémon, and even young human children. [Trainer's Note: It is not recommended to attempt to hitch a ride in a Kangaskhan pouch, particularly if you are too large.] They are also noted to keep other useful or interesting objects in the pouch, and there have been documented examples of Kangaskhan carrying a startling variety of objects in it.

Mainly a plains-dwelling Pokemon, Kangaskhan were once found worldwide but due to hunting and habitat loss their numbers had declined. During the middle of the 20th century there was a strong movement to protect and preserve these Pokemon, and they can now be found in plentiful numbers in most Safari Zones, free for trainers to catch.
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Mainly a plains-dwelling Pokemon, Pokémon, Kangaskhan were once found worldwide but due to hunting and habitat loss their numbers had have declined. During the middle of the 20th century there was a strong movement to protect and preserve these Pokemon, Pokémon, and they can now be found in plentiful numbers in most Safari Zones, free for trainers to catch.

Despite their strong jaws and large fangs, Kangaskhan are primarily herbivorous and subsist on grasses and small plants, and sometimes fruit, leaves and berries depending on the environment. They are capable of eating meat and fish but only do so in times of desperation, where they are also known to steal from campers and picknickers they have chased away. (see Hazards)
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Despite their strong jaws and large fangs, Kangaskhan are primarily herbivorous and subsist on grasses and small plants, and sometimes fruit, leaves and berries depending on the environment. They are capable of eating meat and fish but only do so in times of desperation, where they are also known to steal from campers and picknickers picnickers they have chased away. (see Hazards)

In lean times, particularly hungry Kangaskhan have been known to threaten and chase away picknicking and camping humans to steal their food supplies, and possibly also to protect their children. When training Kangaskhan, it is very important for the trainer to gain the trust of their Pokemon, as even if it will take orders in battle it may become hostile when approaching the child. Well trained Kangaskhan usually recognise their trainer and fellow party members as part of their mob, and it is a sign of great trust if the Kangaskhan allows its trainer to hold and take care of the baby.
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In lean times, particularly hungry Kangaskhan have been known to threaten and chase away picknicking picnicking and camping humans to steal their food supplies, and possibly also to protect their children. When training Kangaskhan, it is very important for the trainer to gain the trust of their Pokemon, Pokémon, as even if it will take orders in battle it may become hostile when approaching the child. Well trained Kangaskhan usually recognise recognize their trainer and fellow party members as part of their mob, and it is a sign of great trust if the Kangaskhan allows its trainer to hold and take care of the baby.

One of the most peculiar features of the Kangaskhan is how they almost always have a baby in their pouch. This is a feature mostly unique to Pokemon biology (though the Chansey line has something similar with their eggs) but is a result of their breeding process--Kangaskhan are fast breeders, which has allowed them to thrive in captivity and in suitable environments. Being all female, Kangaskhan have to seek mates from any other Pokemon in their egg group. They do not breed at any set time but usually as soon as their latest child is about to leave the pouch, and thus spend very little time without an infant in their pouch. They usually do not associate with the fathers at all after mating and raise their young communally--it's not uncommon for Kangaskhan to adopt the children of a sick, old or dead member of their mob, and carry two infants in their pouch for a time. Some Kangaskhan are seen with infants shortly after being hatched--close observation shows that these are often sisters they have taken off their mother's hands, or even underdeveloped twin sisters born from the same egg, in a strange fluke of biology.
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One of the most peculiar features of the Kangaskhan is how they almost always have a baby in their pouch. This is a feature mostly unique to Pokemon Pokémon biology (though the Chansey line has something similar with their eggs) but is a result of their breeding process--Kangaskhan are fast breeders, which has allowed them to thrive in captivity and in suitable environments. Being all female, Kangaskhan have to seek mates from any other Pokemon Pokémon in their egg group. They do not breed at any set time but usually as soon as their latest child is about to leave the pouch, and thus spend very little time without an infant in their pouch. They usually do not associate with the fathers at all after mating and raise their young communally--it's not uncommon for Kangaskhan to adopt the children of a sick, old or dead member of their mob, and carry two infants in their pouch for a time. Some Kangaskhan are seen with infants shortly after being hatched--close observation shows that these are often sisters they have taken off their mother's hands, or even underdeveloped twin sisters born from the same egg, in a strange fluke of biology.

Kangaskhan are social creatures and travel in mobs of up to thirty individuals or more, not counting children. They are nomadic rather than territorial, and their response to a threat of any kind (predatorial, environmental, human) is simply to move on. There is often a good deal of trust between Kangaskhan mob members, who will help each other take care of the young and gang up on threats in battle. This often makes well-trained Kangaskhan strong team players in competitive battling, as they consider their Trainer and fellow Pokemon as part of their mob. Very occasionally Kangaskhan will adopt or befriend other Pokemon (and in a few cases, even humans) as part of the mob, usually orphaned smaller Pokemon or males of other species that breed with multiple members of the mob, though the latter rarely stay for long.
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Kangaskhan are social creatures and travel in mobs of up to thirty individuals or more, not counting children. They are nomadic rather than territorial, and their response to a threat of any kind (predatorial, environmental, human) is simply to move on. There is often a good deal of trust between Kangaskhan mob members, who will help each other take care of the young and gang up on threats in battle. This often makes well-trained Kangaskhan strong team players in competitive battling, as they consider their Trainer and fellow Pokemon Pokémon as part of their mob. Very occasionally Kangaskhan will adopt or befriend other Pokemon Pokémon (and in a few cases, even humans) as part of the mob, usually smaller orphaned smaller Pokemon Pokémon or males of other species that breed with multiple members of the mob, in their egg group, though the latter rarely stay for long.
28th Oct '11 9:32:58 PM rmctagg09
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19th Apr '11 3:10:41 PM rmctagg09
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A fairly large bipedal Pokemon, growing up to 2.2m (7'3") and weighing on average 80kg. (176.4lbs) It short fur that is primarily brown, with a paler cream coloured belly and ears. It has armour-like build-ups of skin on its legs, shoulders and tail, visible fangs, and a dark, strong growth of bone on its skull. It also has a large leathery pouch on its belly, that virtually always contains a younger specimen.
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A fairly large bipedal Pokemon, growing up to 2.2m (7'3") and weighing on average 80kg. (176.4lbs) It has short fur that is primarily brown, with a paler cream coloured belly and ears. It has armour-like build-ups of skin on its legs, shoulders and tail, visible fangs, and a dark, strong growth of bone on its skull. It also has a large leathery pouch on its belly, that virtually always contains a younger specimen.
19th Apr '11 3:10:10 PM rmctagg09
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29th Sep '10 6:14:09 PM Quanyails
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Kangaskhan are mainly noted for two things: their great strength and ferocity, and how they seemingly always have a baby in their pouch- see below for details on their child-rearing nature.
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Kangaskhan are mainly noted for two things: their great strength and ferocity, and how they seemingly always have a baby in their pouch- see pouch--see below for details on their child-rearing nature.

The pouch is considerably larger than the space required to hold one baby, and has been observed carrying other things in it, including additional baby Kangaskhan, other Pokemon, and even young human children. [[Trainer's Note: It is not recommended to attempt to hitch a ride in a Kangaskhan pouch, particularly if you are too large]] They are also noted to keep other useful or interesting objects in the pouch, and there have been documented examples of Kangaskhan carrying a startling variety of objects in it.
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The pouch is considerably larger than the space required to hold one baby, and has been observed carrying other things in it, including additional baby Kangaskhan, other Pokemon, and even young human children. [[Trainer's [Trainer's Note: It is not recommended to attempt to hitch a ride in a Kangaskhan pouch, particularly if you are too large]] large.] They are also noted to keep other useful or interesting objects in the pouch, and there have been documented examples of Kangaskhan carrying a startling variety of objects in it.

Being powerful, muscular and surprisingly fast, Kangaskhan fear few predators- any they cannot merely intimidate or fight off, they usually run from. In addition to their speed they are capable of passing virtually any obstacle, being strong swimmers, climbers and able to destroy anything in their way.
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Being powerful, muscular and surprisingly fast, Kangaskhan fear few predators- any predators--any they cannot merely intimidate or fight off, they usually run from. In addition to their speed they are capable of passing virtually any obstacle, being strong swimmers, climbers and able to destroy anything in their way.

One of the most peculiar features of the Kangaskhan is how they almost always have a baby in their pouch. This is a feature mostly unique to Pokemon biology (though the Chansey line has something similar with their eggs) but is a result of their breeding process- Kangaskhan are fast breeders, which has allowed them to thrive in captivity and in suitable environments. Being all female, Kangaskhan have to seek mates from any other Pokemon in their egg group. They do not breed at any set time but usually as soon as their latest child is about to leave the pouch, and thus spend very little time without an infant in their pouch. They usually do not associate with the fathers at all after mating and raise their young communally- it's not uncommon for Kangaskhan to adopt the children of a sick, old or dead member of their mob, and carry two infants in their pouch for a time. Some Kangaskhan are seen with infants shortly after being hatched- close observation shows that these are often sisters they have taken off their mother's hands, or even underdeveloped twin sisters born from the same egg, in a strange fluke of biology.
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One of the most peculiar features of the Kangaskhan is how they almost always have a baby in their pouch. This is a feature mostly unique to Pokemon biology (though the Chansey line has something similar with their eggs) but is a result of their breeding process- Kangaskhan process--Kangaskhan are fast breeders, which has allowed them to thrive in captivity and in suitable environments. Being all female, Kangaskhan have to seek mates from any other Pokemon in their egg group. They do not breed at any set time but usually as soon as their latest child is about to leave the pouch, and thus spend very little time without an infant in their pouch. They usually do not associate with the fathers at all after mating and raise their young communally- it's communally--it's not uncommon for Kangaskhan to adopt the children of a sick, old or dead member of their mob, and carry two infants in their pouch for a time. Some Kangaskhan are seen with infants shortly after being hatched- close hatched--close observation shows that these are often sisters they have taken off their mother's hands, or even underdeveloped twin sisters born from the same egg, in a strange fluke of biology.

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15th Sep '10 8:23:59 PM CaptainNapalm
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Kangaskhan is a rather large, brown-and-cream-coloured, Kangaroo-like pokemon. Its tough hide has epaulette-shaped growths on the shoulders, as well as square-shaped patches on the knees, while a series of ridges and growths run down its back to its tail, where two spiked protrusions grow.
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Kangaskhan A fairly large bipedal Pokemon, growing up to 2.2m (7'3") and weighing on average 80kg. (176.4lbs) It short fur that is primarily brown, with a rather large, brown-and-cream-coloured, Kangaroo-like pokemon. Its tough hide paler cream coloured belly and ears. It has epaulette-shaped growths armour-like build-ups of skin on the shoulders, as well as square-shaped patches on the knees, while a series of ridges its legs, shoulders and growths run down its back to its tail, where two spiked protrusions grow. visible fangs, and a dark, strong growth of bone on its skull. It also has a large leathery pouch on its belly, that virtually always contains a younger specimen.

Kangaskhan are commonly seen with babies inside their pouches. A notable trainer breeder tactician named the Ace Of Scarabs has proposed that some of these babies are not in fact children of the Kangaskhan, but rather their underdeveloped twin sisters. This would explain much about why Kangaskhan often hatch with a baby already in their pouch.
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Kangaskhan are commonly seen with babies inside mainly noted for two things: their pouches. A notable trainer breeder tactician named great strength and ferocity, and how they seemingly always have a baby in their pouch- see below for details on their child-rearing nature. Their legs being primarily focused on stability to protect their young, to the Ace Of Scarabs has proposed point where they sleep standing up to avoid crushing them, Kangaskhan fight almost entirely with their fists and jaws, and their highly developed arms give them a wide variety of ways in which to use them. Some specimens have even been seen showing techniques that some of these babies are not allow them to fight Ghost types in fact children of ways that bypass their usual immunity to brute force. The pouch is considerably larger than the space required to hold one baby, and has been observed carrying other things in it, including additional baby Kangaskhan, but rather their underdeveloped twin sisters. This would explain much about why other Pokemon, and even young human children. [[Trainer's Note: It is not recommended to attempt to hitch a ride in a Kangaskhan often hatch with a baby already pouch, particularly if you are too large]] They are also noted to keep other useful or interesting objects in their pouch. the pouch, and there have been documented examples of Kangaskhan carrying a startling variety of objects in it. All known Kangaskhan are female.

Kangaskhan are found on the wild, untamed plains, far from humans.
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Mainly a plains-dwelling Pokemon, Kangaskhan are were once found on worldwide but due to hunting and habitat loss their numbers had declined. During the wild, untamed plains, far from humans. middle of the 20th century there was a strong movement to protect and preserve these Pokemon, and they can now be found in plentiful numbers in most Safari Zones, free for trainers to catch. The exception to this is the Southern Island, where due to ideal environments and a lack of predators, thriving wild populations have flourished, and numbers have actually increased since settlement of the area.

Most Kangaskhan are in fact partial omnivores, favouring leaves, fruit, and beans, although they are known to ocassionally resort to freshwater fish for the protein.
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Most Despite their strong jaws and large fangs, Kangaskhan are in fact partial omnivores, favouring leaves, primarily herbivorous and subsist on grasses and small plants, and sometimes fruit, leaves and beans, although berries depending on the environment. They are capable of eating meat and fish but only do so in times of desperation, where they are also known to ocassionally resort to freshwater fish for the protein. steal from campers and picknickers they have chased away. (see Hazards)

Kangaskhan can be rather wary of humans, especially if they have young in their pouches. This wariness will turn into protective hostility if the young in their pouch is threatened. They are also known to chase travelers and campers off their territory during birthing season, or merely because they want to steal the food supplies. !! Courting Male Kangaskhan have yet to be witnessed in the wild. Much speculation has been made about how breeding takes place, although the current leading theory made by a Breeder is that they in fact merely mate with any Male from a compatible Egg Group.
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Being powerful, muscular and surprisingly fast, Kangaskhan can be rather wary of humans, especially if fear few predators- any they have young cannot merely intimidate or fight off, they usually run from. In addition to their speed they are capable of passing virtually any obstacle, being strong swimmers, climbers and able to destroy anything in their pouches. This wariness will turn into way. It has been heavily noted that Kangaskhan are incredibly protective hostility if the young in of their pouch is threatened. They children, and will become quickly enraged if any perceived threat gets close to them. When the children are also known allowed to chase travelers wander and campers off their territory during birthing season, or merely because they want to steal play outside the food supplies. !! Courting Male pouch, the parent or another Kangaskhan is always watching close by, and thus should not be approached under any circumstances. In lean times, particularly hungry Kangaskhan have yet to be witnessed in the wild. Much speculation has been made about known to threaten and chase away picknicking and camping humans to steal their food supplies, and possibly also to protect their children. When training Kangaskhan, it is very important for the trainer to gain the trust of their Pokemon, as even if it will take orders in battle it may become hostile when approaching the child. Well trained Kangaskhan usually recognise their trainer and fellow party members as part of their mob, and it is a sign of great trust if the Kangaskhan allows its trainer to hold and take care of the baby. !! Courting and Childrearing One of the most peculiar features of the Kangaskhan is how they almost always have a baby in their pouch. This is a feature mostly unique to Pokemon biology (though the Chansey line has something similar with their eggs) but is a result of their breeding takes place, although process- Kangaskhan are fast breeders, which has allowed them to thrive in captivity and in suitable environments. Being all female, Kangaskhan have to seek mates from any other Pokemon in their egg group. They do not breed at any set time but usually as soon as their latest child is about to leave the current leading theory made by pouch, and thus spend very little time without an infant in their pouch. They usually do not associate with the fathers at all after mating and raise their young communally- it's not uncommon for Kangaskhan to adopt the children of a Breeder is sick, old or dead member of their mob, and carry two infants in their pouch for a time. Some Kangaskhan are seen with infants shortly after being hatched- close observation shows that these are often sisters they in fact merely mate with any Male have taken off their mother's hands, or even underdeveloped twin sisters born from the same egg, in a compatible Egg Group. strange fluke of biology. While protective of their young, Kangaskhan also make efforts to teach them fighting and survival while they are in the pouch. In battle, young Kangaskhan often mimic the movements of their parents, learning fighting moves to use out on their own, and when the parent is sure of safety they will let the child out of the pouch for a few hours at a time. In large mobs there have been observed behaviours of Kangaskhan adults forming a closed circle while the children play together in the middle.

Mostly solitary, during times when food is plentiful, Kangaskhan may congregate to take care of their young in bands sometimes referred to as sisterhoods. The most experienced and skillful Kangaskhan takes on the mantle of Matriach in such groupings. These sisterhoods dissolve when food becomes scarce during the dry season.
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Mostly solitary, during times Kangaskhan are social creatures and travel in mobs of up to thirty individuals or more, not counting children. They are nomadic rather than territorial, and their response to a threat of any kind (predatorial, environmental, human) is simply to move on. There is often a good deal of trust between Kangaskhan mob members, who will help each other take care of the young and gang up on threats in battle. This often makes well-trained Kangaskhan strong team players in competitive battling, as they consider their Trainer and fellow Pokemon as part of their mob. Very occasionally Kangaskhan will adopt or befriend other Pokemon (and in a few cases, even humans) as part of the mob, usually orphaned smaller Pokemon or males of other species that breed with multiple members of the mob, though the latter rarely stay for long. While usually social, when food is plentiful, Kangaskhan may congregate scarce or conditions are particularly harsh, mobs have been known to disperse, leaving individuals living solitary with only their young to take care of their young in bands sometimes referred to as sisterhoods. of. The most experienced and skillful few remaining wild Kangaskhan takes on are likely to be found this way, but it is rarely seen in the mantle of Matriach in such groupings. These sisterhoods dissolve when food becomes scarce during the dry season.well-looked after Safari Zone populations.
31st Aug '10 8:11:24 PM CaptainNapalm
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Click [++Kangaskhan++] !! Morphs [Oak Catalog #] * Kangaskhan [115] !! Physical description Kangaskhan is a rather large, brown-and-cream-coloured, Kangaroo-like pokemon. Its tough hide has epaulette-shaped growths on the edit button shoulders, as well as square-shaped patches on the knees, while a series of ridges and growths run down its back to start this new page. its tail, where two spiked protrusions grow. !! Notable Biology Kangaskhan are commonly seen with babies inside their pouches. A notable trainer breeder tactician named the Ace Of Scarabs has proposed that some of these babies are not in fact children of the Kangaskhan, but rather their underdeveloped twin sisters. This would explain much about why Kangaskhan often hatch with a baby already in their pouch. !! Habitat Kangaskhan are found on the wild, untamed plains, far from humans. !! Diet Most Kangaskhan are in fact partial omnivores, favouring leaves, fruit, and beans, although they are known to ocassionally resort to freshwater fish for the protein. !! Hazards Kangaskhan can be rather wary of humans, especially if they have young in their pouches. This wariness will turn into protective hostility if the young in their pouch is threatened. They are also known to chase travelers and campers off their territory during birthing season, or merely because they want to steal the food supplies. !! Courting Male Kangaskhan have yet to be witnessed in the wild. Much speculation has been made about how breeding takes place, although the current leading theory made by a Breeder is that they in fact merely mate with any Male from a compatible Egg Group. !! Social Structure Mostly solitary, during times when food is plentiful, Kangaskhan may congregate to take care of their young in bands sometimes referred to as sisterhoods. The most experienced and skillful Kangaskhan takes on the mantle of Matriach in such groupings. These sisterhoods dissolve when food becomes scarce during the dry season. ---- [-See other entries [[ThePokedexExtendedFanonEdition HERE]]-]
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