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Pokémon Fossil Regeneration Station

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Pokémon Fossil Regeneration Station is a toy released by Jakks Pacific. It is a playset used to simulate the process of finding a fossil and turning it into a Pokémon, much like in the core series games. The toy includes a pair of Dome and Helix Fossils, a Skull Fossil, and a "Shield Fossil" which resembles an Armor Fossil.[1] A Cranidos figure is also included.

The user operates a crane which is used to snap off a part of the rock, in which a fossil is under. The fossil is then lifted by they crane and dropped into a chute. After this, a Pokémon is visible in the blue compartment.

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