See PokeNatomy: Notes On 14 Pokemon’s Anathomy


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The addicting Pokemon Go game took the world by storm, with hard-core pokemon fans and newbies walking around with their phones trying to catch them all.

It truly brought the love for pokemon back, and with all it’s popularity, you shouldn’t be surprised that some fans would start wondering about some pretty strange thing concerning these very fictional monsters.

Specifically about how they actually do the things they do.

American freelance artist Christopher Stoll was probably wondering the same thing. But, instead of seraching for answers, he gave some of his own, by creating a complete anatomy for many of our favorite Pokemons.

His collection so far has analyzed 14 Pokemons, and it’s still growing, so make sure to check it out from time to time. For now, here is Stoll’s PokeNatomy.

 

 

 

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Do you understand Pokemons better now?


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