Hey, I wanted an argument! :P
Nah, feels fine by me. I made a separation, within legendaries, of those that have a biological explanation (even with the myths behind them, AND the supernatural powers all Pokemon have), and those which are bona-fide deities, with NO biology behind them.
I also feel a bit awkward with the Spiritomb article, it looks too much like an animal, and that particular species is more deserving of mentions of myths.
And yeah, interactions, behaviours, lore... is fine. We have animals, (animated) plants, (animated, one kangaroo-like) fungii, symbiotic/parasitoid combos, robots, ghosts, garbage bags/piles of gunk... Yup.
And the existance of the later groups is why, from a scientifical standout, I tend to see Mew's ancestral condition as a bit of weird. The guy is cleary an animal, it is a bit hard to see how it'd end up becoming A GARBAGE BAG. Remoraid to Octillery can be explained with a weird larval stadium, but, garbage bags...
Intelligent mold? Well, let's wait a month for those.
The problem with Mew, is that, if it is the ancestor of all Pokemon (or the thing that resembles said ancestor the most), what happens to real animals? If Pokemon independently arise from normal animals which develop superpowers, what happens to Mew?
The manga stating that all Pokemon are different expressions of the same genetic code (in the same way your liver and your brain are different expressions of the same genetic code) adds a bit of a headache more, because, well, robotic magnetic units, last time I checked, lack DNA. All organic Pokemon maybe, but then, why are Geodude, Magnemite and Porygon considered Pokemon?
I'd have to stop thinking about this, it's 4 AM over here, I have 2 exams this Monday, and I am wasting a bit of my time. Time to apply the MST3K Mantra