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By Pokecousin - / Tuesday 27 December 2016 17:45 /
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By  GhostFox  |  33

He's not entirely wrong. "Shiny" Pokémon are individuals of their species with unusual pigmentation- likely due to what would be genetics if Pokémon existed in the human world. Albinos are humans who lack or produce very little pigmentation meaning they look like they have unusual pigmentation, due to genetics. Both are uncommon. If anything, him being able to make that connections shows some above average ability for connecting information together.

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By  species4872  |  19

No, they just glow in the dark.

By  LyricaSilvan  |  29

It can be hard to explain those things to a small child. Kudos for trying, though. If the lesson doesn't take, just try to laugh it off. Most people won't get too terribly pissed at a little kid for making those kinds of comments; adults generally get that little kids have no filter. And once the lil Pokemon trainer gets old enough, they'll realize the truth on their own.

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  bsshooter  |  12

they just have bad *I.V.* stats in defence and s.def is all

By  GhostFox  |  33

He's not entirely wrong. "Shiny" Pokémon are individuals of their species with unusual pigmentation- likely due to what would be genetics if Pokémon existed in the human world. Albinos are humans who lack or produce very little pigmentation meaning they look like they have unusual pigmentation, due to genetics. Both are uncommon. If anything, him being able to make that connections shows some above average ability for connecting information together.

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