Pokémon That Need To Turn Into Babies

Have you ever wondered what your favorite Pokémon would look like if it were a baby? In this guide, you’ll discover Pokémon that need to turn into babies, and catch them all.

Stonjourner

Stonjourner is a Rock/Ground Pokémon known as the Big Rock Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation 8 (Pokémon Sun and Moon) with a height of 2.5 meters and weight about 1146 pounds (520 kg). Stonjourner has the Power Spot ability, which boosts Defense. Its base friendship level is 50. It is slow to grow, which means it takes a long time to become fully grown. The egg cycles of these pokemon are 25 (6,169–6,425 steps). 

Carnivine

Carnivine is a Grass type Pokémon, also known as the Bug Catcher Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation 4. Carnivine has the ability Levitate, which allows it to float in the air. It is known as the Bug Catcher Pokémon and has a catch rate of 200 (26.1% with PokéBall, full HP). Carnivine’s base friendship is 50 (normal) and its base experience is 159. Growth Rate for Carnivine is Slow. The egg group of this pokemon is grass. The gender of this pokemon is 50% male and 50% female. The egg cycles of the pokemon are 25 (6,169–6,425 steps).

Pinsir

Pinsir is a bug-type Pokémon, also known as the stag beetle Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation 1. It is 1.5 meters tall and weighs 55 kilograms. Pinsir’s ability is Hyper Cutter and its EV yield is 2 Attack. Its base friendship is 50 and its base experience yield is 175. It grows slowly, but it has a high catch rate of 45. The egg cycles of these pokemons are 25 (6,169–6,425 steps). 

Tropius

Tropius Pokémon has the ability to fly and you can catch it at level 2 with PokéBall. It is the Fruit Pokémon that has fruit for feet. Tropius’s weight is 100kg, and its HP is 2. Its ability is Chlorophyll, which makes grass-type moves more powerful in sunlight. The egg cycles of these pokemon are 25 (6,169–6,425 steps).

Miltank

Miltank is a normal type Pokémon, also known as the Milk Cow Pokémon. It weighs 166.4 lbs and is 1.2 m tall. Its Thick Fat ability shields it from Fire, Ice, and Steel attacks, while its Scrappy ability allows it to hit Ghost types. You can catch this Pokémon at a 45% rate using special Poké Balls and a lot of patience. The egg cycles of these pokemon are 20 (4,884–5,140 steps).

Duraludon

Duraludon is an alloy Pokémon introduced in Generation 8. It is known as the Steel/Dragon type Pokémon with the Heavy Metal and Light Metal abilities. It has high Special Attack and a low catch rate, but its base Friendship is 50 and it’s base Exp. is 187. It grows at a medium fast rate. The egg group of this pokemon is Dragon, Mineral. The gender of this pokemon is 50% male, 50% female. The egg cycles of the pokemon are 30 (7,454–7,710 steps).

Girafarig

Girafarig is a Normal/Psychic Pokémon having a height of 1.5 meters, and it weighs 41.5 kilograms. Girafarig is also known as the Long Neck Pokémon. It has the Inner Focus ability, along with the Early Bird ability, which allows it to wake up faster than usual. Its special attack is strong, and its friendship level is 50 (normal). Its evolution is into Kangaskhan. The egg cycles of the pokemon are 20 (4,884–5,140 steps). 

Aerodactyl

Aerodactyl is a Pokémon having a Mega Evolution available in later games. It was introduced in the first generation, and its Pokédex entry says it is known as the Fossil Pokémon. Aerodactyl has rock-hard skin and can fly with great speed, even at high altitudes. It is said to have attacked ancient pterosaurs in aerial combat and left their bones behind as evidence of its might.  It has high catch rates (5.9% with PokéBall, full HP) and base Friendship of 50. Base Exp. is 180, and the growth rate is Slow. Breeding takes 8,739–8,995 steps to produce an egg.

Sawk

Sawk is a Fighting-type Pokémon that was introduced in the fifth generation. Sawk is just 1.4 meters (roughly 4’7″) tall and weighs 51 kilograms (about 112 pounds). It is known for its great strength. With its Sturdy ability, it will not be knocked out immediately after being hit by a physical attack, allowing it to fight back. It also has excellent Attack and HP stats, making it an all-around great fighter. The egg cycles of these pokemon are 20 (4,884–5,140 steps).

Furfrou

Furfrou is a Normal-type Pokémon, it is also known as the Poodle Pokémon. Furfrou was introduced in Generation 6. It has the ability to coat its body in soft, fluffy fur to help keep it warm. It is known as the Poodle Pokémon. Furfrou has low HP and defenses, so it benefits from training with EV yields that give it 1 Speed. The catch rate for Furfrou is 160 (20.9% with PokéBall, full HP), so you’ll need to keep throwing Poké Balls at it to catch it! Its base Friendship stat is 50 (normal), but its base Exp. stat is 165, meaning that Furfrou will level up more quickly than most other Normal-type Pokémon. The egg group of this pokemon is a field. The gender of this pokemon is 50% male, 50% female. The egg cycles of the pokemon are 20 (4,884–5,140 steps).   

Absol

Absol is a Dark-type Pokémon, it is known as the Disaster Pokémon because of its ability to cause disasters. It was introduced in Generation 3. It has a Mega Evolution, available from X & Y onwards. Absol’s Pressure ability makes it difficult for opponents to attack, while its Super Luck ensures that even if it misses an attack, it can still hit its target. Absol has a catch rate of 30 (3.9% with PokéBall, full HP), and it has a base Friendship of 35 (lower than normal). Additionally, Absol’s base Exp. is 163 and its growth rate is medium-slow. Breeding Absol requires 6,169–6,425 steps for an Egg to be produced.

Tangela

Tangela is a Grass type Pokémon, also known as the Vine Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation 1 with a height of 1 m tall and weighs 35 kg. Tangela’s abilities are Chlorophyll and Leaf Guard. When you catch it, its base friendship is 50. Its growth rate is medium-fast. The egg cycles of these pokemon are 20 (4,884–5,140 steps).

Lapras

Lapras is a Water/Ice Pokémon, it is known as the Transport Pokémon. Lapras was introduced in the first generation. Lapras is 2.5 meters tall and weighs 220 kilograms. Its abilities are Water Absorb and Shell Armor, and it has a catch rate of 45 with a PokéBall if it has full health. Its base friendship is 50, and its base experience yield is 187. Lapras evolves into Slowking when traded holding a King’s Rock. The egg cycles of these pokemon are 40 (10,024–10,280 steps). 

Oranguru

Oranguru is a normal and psychic type Pokémon, it is 1.5 m (4′11″) tall and weighs 76 kg (167.6 lbs). Oranguru is known as the sage Pokémon. It has an ability known as Inner Focus. With this ability, the catch rate of this Pokémon is 45 (5.9% with Poké Ball, full HP). Its base friendship and experience yields are both 50 (normal). The egg cycles of these pokemon are 20 (4,884–5,140 steps). 

Skarmory

Skarmory is a Steel/Flying-type Pokémon introduced in Generation 2. It is known as the Pokémon which resembles armor. It is 1.7 m (5′07″) tall and weighs 50.5 kg (111.3 lbs). The abilities of Skarmory are Keen Eye and Sturdy EV yield. Its catch rate is 25 (3.3% with PokéBall, full HP. The egg cycles of these pokemon are 25 (6,169–6,425 steps). 

Mimikyu

Mimikyu is a Ghost/Fairy Pokémon, also known as the Disguise Pokémon. It was introduced in Generation 7 having a 0.2 m in height and 0.7 kg weight. It is a Medium Fast Pokémon caught at 45% with PokéBalls and when its HP is full. Its base friendship is 50, and its base experience yield is 167. The egg cycles of these pokemon are 20 (4,884–5,140 steps). 

Kangaskhan

Kangaskhan is a Normal type Pokémon, and it is a Parent Pokémon. You can find it in the wild. If you battle it, you can catch it by throwing PokéBalls. You need to weaken it first. Its height is 2.2 m (7′03″) and weight is 80.0 kg (176.4 lbs). It has the Early Bird ability and Scrappy as a second ability. Its EXP yield is 2 HP. The egg cycles of these pokemon are 20 (4,884–5,140 steps). 

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