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The Best Pokmon (According to Science)

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Channel: MinuteEarth
Categories: Biology   |   Science  
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Theres lots of debate as to which original starter Pokmon is the best fighter among squirtle, bulbasaur, charmander, and pikachu, but only one is the most biologically plausible.

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Convergent evolution: the process whereby organisms not closely related (not monophyletic), independently evolve similar traits as a result of having to adapt to similar environments or ecological niches.

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