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Transcript of Pikachu
Natural Habitat: Forests, but can thrive in urban areas
Physical Characteristics: 1 foot tall, and and weighs 4.4 pounds. The red circle on its checks are where it stores its electricity. It is a Pokémon with a quadruped body.
Special Adaptation: When threatened he releases an electric charge, that can stun the opponent. Can't discharge if it is not shocked.
Come start your
adventure with Pichu,
Pikachu, and Raichu!
The Evolution of Pichu
Pichu evolves into Pikachu after a certain level of friendship/happiness is achieved, and then into Raichu using a Thunder Stone.
Pichu, Pikachu, and Raichu General Info
Description: An electric type mouse pokemon that stores electricity in sacks on its' cheeks. Pikachu occasionally travel in groups.
Natural Habitat: Forests
Diet: Roasted berries and sometimes electrical equipment.
Physical Characteristics: 1'04" tall, weighs 13.2 lbs; Pokémon with a quadruped body. Pikachu is a short, stubby pokemon.
Special Adaptation: Bigger tail, recharges through the ground, can control it's electrical charges
Description: A large electric type pokemon that resembles a rodent with yellow cheek sacks that store electricity.
Natural Habitat: Woodlands and forests
Physical Characteristics: 2'07" tall, weighs 66.1 lbs ; long rod-like tail, yellow cheek pouches, ears stand straight up when fully charged with electricity.
Special Adaptation: Can hold up to 100,000 volts of electricity, can become aggressive if too much electricity is stored
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Pichu, Pikachu, and Raichu are electric type pokemon that resemble rodents.
pika-a small mouse-like mammal
chu-Japanese for ‘squeak
rai- Japanese for ‘thunder’
chu- Japanese for ‘squeak’