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* Not really any that's widely known of. But don't think about it too hard--Kangaskhan breeds in the same way that Chansey, Tauros, or any other gendered Pokémon does. You can pair a Kangaskhan with a male Lairon, and so the Lairon is the father and the Kangaskhan is the mother. Likewise with anything else--for genderless Pokémon, I don't know. - [[User:Myuu151|RBYGSCRSFRLGEPD]] 15:08, 22 July 2007 (UTC)
 
* Not really any that's widely known of. But don't think about it too hard--Kangaskhan breeds in the same way that Chansey, Tauros, or any other gendered Pokémon does. You can pair a Kangaskhan with a male Lairon, and so the Lairon is the father and the Kangaskhan is the mother. Likewise with anything else--for genderless Pokémon, I don't know. - [[User:Myuu151|RBYGSCRSFRLGEPD]] 15:08, 22 July 2007 (UTC)
 
::You breed a genderless Pokémon with a Ditto. --[[User:Shiny Noctowl|<span style="color: brown">S</span><span style="color: red">h</span><span style="color: brown">i</span><span style="color: red">n</span><span style="color: brown">y</span> <span style="color: red">N</span><span style="color: brown">o</span><span style="color: red">c</span><span style="color: brown">t</span><span style="color: red">o</span><span style="color: brown">w</span><span style="color: red">l</span>]]<sup>[[User talk:Shiny Noctowl|<span style="color: brown">T</span><span style="color: red">a</span><span style="color: brown">l</span><span style="color: red">k</span>]] | [[User:Shiny Noctowl/Fun|<span style="color: brown">F</span><span style="color: red">u</span><span style="color: brown">n</span>]]</sup>[[Image:224MS.gif]] 12:22, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
 
::You breed a genderless Pokémon with a Ditto. --[[User:Shiny Noctowl|<span style="color: brown">S</span><span style="color: red">h</span><span style="color: brown">i</span><span style="color: red">n</span><span style="color: brown">y</span> <span style="color: red">N</span><span style="color: brown">o</span><span style="color: red">c</span><span style="color: brown">t</span><span style="color: red">o</span><span style="color: brown">w</span><span style="color: red">l</span>]]<sup>[[User talk:Shiny Noctowl|<span style="color: brown">T</span><span style="color: red">a</span><span style="color: brown">l</span><span style="color: red">k</span>]] | [[User:Shiny Noctowl/Fun|<span style="color: brown">F</span><span style="color: red">u</span><span style="color: brown">n</span>]]</sup>[[Image:224MS.gif]] 12:22, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
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Should we add "despite the addition of baby pokemon in Generation II" to the comment about Kangaskhan hatching with baby? One would think it'd be a natural choice to have a baby pokemon. though that WOULD raise another question about where the baby comes from when it evolves.

Revision as of 16:17, 28 October 2007

TALK:

If Kangaskhan is a female only species then how is it able to breed?

Ok, think of what kind of mammal(pokemon) reproduces asexualy?

  • Not really any that's widely known of. But don't think about it too hard--Kangaskhan breeds in the same way that Chansey, Tauros, or any other gendered Pokémon does. You can pair a Kangaskhan with a male Lairon, and so the Lairon is the father and the Kangaskhan is the mother. Likewise with anything else--for genderless Pokémon, I don't know. - RBYGSCRSFRLGEPD 15:08, 22 July 2007 (UTC)
You breed a genderless Pokémon with a Ditto. --Shiny NoctowlTalk | FunFile:224MS.gif 12:22, 12 September 2007 (UTC)

Should we add "despite the addition of baby pokemon in Generation II" to the comment about Kangaskhan hatching with baby? One would think it'd be a natural choice to have a baby pokemon. though that WOULD raise another question about where the baby comes from when it evolves.