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==Biology==
 
==Biology==
The Toxic Lizard Pokémon Salandit emits toxic gas, together with flames, from the base of its tail. The gas it emits has a sweet smell, and anyone who unknowingly breathes it in will become dizzy. Although Salandit is not a particularly powerful Pokémon, it uses its cunning nature to fiercely battle and throw its opponent off balance.
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Salandit emits toxic gas, together with flames, from the base of its tail. This poisonous gas has a sweet smell, and anyone who unknowingly breathes it in will become dizzy. It is not a very powerful Pokémon, but its cunning nature allows it to battle fiercely by throwing its opponents off balance. The females not only release toxic gases, they can also emit pheromones that attract males of all species, including Pokémon and humans. Inhaling these pheromones may cause opponents to be controlled by Salandit’s will.
   
Salandit has the Corrosion Ability, an Ability that no previous Pokémon has had before. The Corrosion Ability means that Salandit can inflict the Poison status condition even on Steel- and Poison-type Pokémon.
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Salandit has the Corrosion Ability, a new Ability that no other Pokémon has possessed before. With the Corrosion Ability, it becomes possible to inflict the Poisoned status condition even on Steel- and Poison-type Pokémon.<ref>http://www.pokemon-sunmoon.com/en-us/pokemon/salandit/</ref>
 
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==In the anime==
 
==In the anime==

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Salandit (Japanese: ?? ??) is a dual-type Poison/Fire Pokémon.

Biology

Salandit emits toxic gas, together with flames, from the base of its tail. This poisonous gas has a sweet smell, and anyone who unknowingly breathes it in will become dizzy. It is not a very powerful Pokémon, but its cunning nature allows it to battle fiercely by throwing its opponents off balance. The females not only release toxic gases, they can also emit pheromones that attract males of all species, including Pokémon and humans. Inhaling these pheromones may cause opponents to be controlled by Salandit’s will.

Salandit has the Corrosion Ability, a new Ability that no other Pokémon has possessed before. With the Corrosion Ability, it becomes possible to inflict the Poisoned status condition even on Steel- and Poison-type Pokémon.[1]

Trivia

Origin

Salandit appears to be based on a Salamander.

Name origin

Salandit may be based on the word Salamander.

In other languages

Language Title Meaning
Japan Flag.png Japanese
France Flag.png French Tritox
Spain Flag.png Spanish Salandit Same as English name.
Germany Flag.png German Molunk
Italy Flag.png Italian Salandit Same as English name.
South Korea Flag.png Korean
Hong Kong Flag.png Cantonese Chinese
China and Taiwan Flags.png Mandarin Chinese


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