Unbelievable ! Artist reveals weird anatomy of Pikachu and Pokemon

Unbelievable ! Artist reveals weird anatomy of Pikachu and Pokemon

Selena Mattei | Oct 18, 2021 2 minutes read
 

Instagram user Topher Stoll has some theories as to where Squirtle and Blastoise came from. Blastoise's characteristic water cannons are the result of an evolutionary process. Shellfish Pokémon are still a common sight in human cities, and serve police and coast guards.

What's the real story behind Pokémon's skeleton? Topher Stoll, an Instagram user, has some theories as to where Squirtle and Blastoise came from.

The post includes three detailed pictures of the famed water Pokémons' distinctive anatomies, with information on the organ sizes and placements, as well as the materials they are constructed of and their functions. Fan hypothesis suggests that Blastoise's characteristic water cannons are the result of an evolutionary process. According to topherstoll, "the natural water expulsion system was expanded until it became dependent on artificial, pipe-like insertions that allow focussed streams of water to move through it at high speeds during centuries and centuries of human contact and deliberate breeding."

"Cannons today have mechanical components that interact with Blastoise's physiology to control the size and strength of the stream. Blastoise As soon as Blastoise evolves, these parts are surgically attached to the creature's water outflow orifices "The theory is still being developed. "They form a tight seal and travel along Blastoise's shell to two muscular valves at opposite ends. Blastoise will die if they don't have these cannons to protect their orifices from rupturing or tearing."

"Blastoise have been selectively bred for obedience and utility, so they get along with humans better than their two less evolved forms," says the artist, who adds that "the Shellfish Pokémon are still a common sight in human cities, and are often utilized in various roles by police, coast guards, and military forces"

Some of the most recent examples of odd Pokémon fan content explore the franchise's more frightening aspects, such as anatomical schematics and evolutionary theory. Fan theories have gone viral in recent months, such as one showing how to prepare and cook a Bulbasaur on YouTube and another positing that Team Rocket's captain Giovanni is Ash's biological father.

Pokémon fans love bizarre and outlandish fan work, but recent official announcements about the series have them even more enthused. Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle inspired a new expansion for the trading card game, a new mobile game is in development, and special in-game bonuses were given for Pokémon Sword and Shield to mark the franchise's 25th anniversary. Pokémon: The Indigo League, Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back - Evolution, Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!, and Pokémon Journeys: The Series are all accessible to watch on Netflix.

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