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Each generation of Pokémon has had a number of creatures that could only be found in certain regions. These can be specific countries (Tauros in the United States), continents (Mr. Mime in Europe), regions (Corsola in the Tropics) and even ‘halves’ of the planet (Lunatone and Solrock).
If you don’t travel, don’t worry. From Gen 3 onwards they have started to occasionally change locations (Zangoose and Seviper) or directly removed regional exclusivity (Plusle and Minun) or, as mentioned above, temporarily change for special events, such as the 2017 Pokémon Go Travel Challenge.
How to catch Gen 3 Regional Exclusive Pokémon in Pokémon Go. Plusle and Minun were originally part of this list (they are now available worldwide) and Lunatone and Solrock switched regions with Spring Solstice 2019.
*Zangoose and Seviper are natural enemies and never coincide on the same continent. They once started on opposite continents but switched at the end of the 2017 summer event.
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Carnivine usually lives in swamps and wetlands. It moves through them using its tentacles, looking for well-placed branches at the water’s edge. Once it finds one it likes, it latches onto it using its tentacles and waits for prey with its mouth open. While waiting, it secretes a kind of sweet-smelling saliva to attract prey. Once a prey falls into its mouth, it chews and digests it, taking almost a day to do so.
EN: Carnivine, the bug-hunting Pokémon. Carnivine clings to trees in swamps and lures prey with its sweet-smelling saliva.HA: Carnivine, the bug-hunting Pokémon. Carnivine clings to trees in swamps and lures its prey with its sweet-smelling saliva.
By breeding, Carnivine can hatch with the following egg moves. Only the first Pokémon in the evolutionary chain to learn the move is listed in the table, but Carnivine can also inherit the move from its evolutions, if it has any:
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Carnivine, is an interesting Pokémon, which secretes a sweet, sticky saliva that attracts other Pokémon and then chews them up. It is highly sought after and comes with many special features, such as high HP, Attack, defense, Special Attack and Special Defense.
Carnivine resembles a Venus flytrap, and has a large red head, red and green vines, and tentacles that reach all the way to the ground. These tentacles are used to stand or hang from trees while it waits to capture prey. It eats insects and takes up to a full day to finish off its prey.
A Pokémon’s stats and behavior depend mainly on where you catch it in the wild. The level you are at will also determine the Co of the Pokémon you catch. This means that catching Carnivine at level 40 will give you more CP than someone who catches it at a lower level.
When comparing Carnivine’s performance, it’s good to know that it is weak against Flight, Poison, Fire, Bug, and Ice type Pokémon. It is strong against Electric, Water, Earth and Grass Pokémon. It is important to keep this in mind if you want to use Carnivine in a Gym or Raid battle.
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Carnivine is a very curious Pokémon. Like other plant-type Pokémon, it has developed great harmony with plants, especially imitating particular ones, carnivorous plants. It shares many of its qualities with them. In addition, Carnivine can move around.
Its method of capturing prey is inherited directly from carnivorous plants, although improved by its mobility. What Carnivine does is to hang from the branches of swamp trees. Once it is still and completely camouflaged, it opens its mouth and expels sweet-smelling saliva. The scent spreads throughout the area, until a Pokémon detects it and follows it, attracted by it to its mouth. Once it gets close, Carnivine closes its jaws in a matter of seconds and chews its prey. However, being mostly a plant, it is not a large predator and can take up to a whole day to devour a prey entirely. These prey tend to be mostly Yanma. It is a very slow method of capture, which can take days, so Carnivine actually needs very little food. Although in desperate situations, when it cannot find food it will root and feed on the mineral salts of the trees.