Dewgong

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Dewgong
ジュゴン
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Seel < Dewgong > Grimer

Species Type
Sea Lion Pokémon Water.pngIce.png
Number Ability
#87 Thick Fat/Hydration
Ice Body
Height Weight
5'7" (1.7 m) 264.6 lbs (120kg)
Gender Ratio
Male: 50% Female: 50%
Evolves From Evolves Into
Seel None
Egg Group Catch Rate
Water 1
Field
75
Tier EV Yield
NU 2 Special Defense Points

Dewgong (Japanese name: ジュゴン Jugon) is a water and ice type Pokemon that was introduced during generation I. It is the fully evolved form of Seel, which evolved from level 34.

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[edit] Biology

[edit] Physiology

Dewgong, like it's prevolution, is seal like. Through evolution it has gotten a lot bigger and it's coat is still fully white. From the top of it's mouth is two fangs or tusk that are visable when it closes it's mouth. There is still a horn at the top of it's head after evolution. Dewgong's flippers and the end of the tail look very fin-like.

[edit] Gender differences

Dewgong has no gender differences.

[edit] Game information

[edit] Pokédex Entries

Gen Game Pokédex Entry
I Red Stores thermal energy in its body. Swims at a steady 8 knots even in intensely cold waters.
Blue Stores thermal energy in its body. Swims at a steady 8 knots even in intensely cold waters.
Yellow Its entire body is a snowy-white. Unharmed by even intense cold, it swims powerfully in icy waters.
II Gold Its streamlined body has little drag in water. The colder the temperature, the friskier it gets.
Silver It loves frigid seas with ice floes. It uses its long tail to change swimming direction quickly.
Crystal It sleeps under shallow ocean waters during the day, then looks for food at night when it's cold.
III Ruby Dewgong loves to snooze on bitterly cold ice. The sight of this Pokémon sleeping on a glacier was mistakenly thought to be a mermaid by a mariner long ago.
Sapphire Dewgong loves to snooze on bitterly cold ice. The sight of this Pokémon sleeping on a glacier was mistakenly thought to be a mermaid by a mariner long ago.
Emerald It loves to snooze on bitterly cold ice. The sight of this Pokémon sleeping on a glacier was mistakenly thought to be a mermaid by a mariner long ago.
FireRed Its body is covered with a pure white fur. The colder the weather, the more active it becomes.
LeafGreen It stores thermal energy in the body. It swims at a steady eight knots even in intensely cold waters.
IV Diamond In snow, the pure white coat covering its body obscures it from predators.
Pearl In snow, the pure white coat covering its body obscures it from predators.
Platinum In snow, the pure white coat covering its body obscures it from predators.
HeartGold Its streamlined body has little drag in water. The colder the temperature, the friskier it gets.
SoulSilver It loves frigid seas with ice floes. It uses its long tail to change swimming direction quickly.
V Black In snow, the pure white coat covering its body obscures it from predators.
White In snow, the pure white coat covering its body obscures it from predators.
Black 2 Its streamlined body has low resistance, and it swims around cold oceans at a speed of eight knots.
White 2 Its streamlined body has low resistance, and it swims around cold oceans at a speed of eight knots.
VI X Its body is covered with a pure white fur. The colder the weather, the more active it becomes.
Y Its streamlined body has little drag in water. The colder the temperature, the friskier it gets.
Omega Ruby
Alpha Sapphire

[edit] Pokéthlon Statistics

Stats
Speed
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Jump
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[edit] Evolution Line

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Level 34
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Dewgong


[edit] Type Matchups

Type Attack Advantages Attack Disadvantages Defense Advantages Defense Disadvantages
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Related Threads

seel/dewgong - last post by @ Oct 27, 2009
Signal Beam on Dewgong - last post by @ Jun 8, 2007
Lapras or dewgong? - last post by @ Dec 29, 2012
Can a Seel and Dewgong Breed? - last post by @ Aug 15, 2008
Last edited by leDinx on 19 September 2014 at 11:24
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