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'''Shiny Pokémon''' have appeared occasionally in the {{pkmn|anime}} since they were introduced in the [[Generation II|second generation of video games]]. In this canon, they are just as rare as they are in the {{pkmn|games}}.
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Even before the games, '''alternately colored Pokémon''' have made occasional appearances in the {{pkmn|anime}}. The first to ever appear was a [[pink Butterfree]] in ''[[EP021|Bye Bye Butterfree]]''. Many alternately colored Pokémon appear in the [[Orange Archipelago]] due to the tropical climate. [[Shiny Pokémon]] began to make appearances in the anime during the [[Pokémon Johto|Johto saga]] after {{2v2|Gold|Silver}} were released. What follows is a chronological list of alternately colored Pokémon that have appeared in the anime.
There has also been different colored Pokémon, for example, a Pink Butterfree. What follows is a chronological list of shiny and alternately Pokémon that have appeared in the anime.
 
   
==List of shiny Pokémon==
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{{trainerpkmn|note=h|main=no||Butterfree|{{bug color}}|Pink butterfree.jpg|{{main|Pink Butterfree}}
{{trainerpkmn|note=h|main=yes|Ash|Noctowl|{{flying color}}|Ash's Noctowl.png|In ''[[EP154|Fowl Play!]]'', [[Dr. Wiseman]] was trying to capture this Noctowl using traps rather than [[Poké Ball]]s, but each time Noctowl outwitted him and escaped the traps — usually leaving him hypnotized in the process. After Ash rescued it from [[Team Rocket]], Ash had {{AP|Pikachu}} battle it and he captured it, adding it to his team.}}
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Butterfree made her appearance in ''[[EP021|Bye Bye Butterfree]]''. {{Ash}}'s {{AP|Butterfree}} fell in love and attempted to woo her with a courtship dance. Butterfree was not impressed by his attempts and rejected him. She eventually changed her mind when Butterfree saved her from [[Team Rocket]]. Butterfree also chose him to be her mate.}}
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{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Butterfree|{{bug color}}|OI Butterfree.png|Butterfree in the [[Orange Islands]] have differently colored wings as well as a different wing pattern as those seen in the main land. The first one appeared in ''[[EP083|Poké Ball Peril]]. It had not eaten for days despite [[Professor Ivy]]'s effort to make different kinds of food for it. But it to a liking to [[Brock]]'s food and began eating.}}
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{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Raticate|{{normal color}}|OI Radicate.png|Raticate was one of the many alternately colored Pokémon that lived near Professor Ivy's lab. In [[EP083|Poké Ball Peril]], it wondered too close to a group of {{p|Vileplume}} spreading {{m|Stun Spore}} and ended up getting paralyzed. Professor Ivy saved it before any serious damage could occur.}}
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{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Vileplume|{{grass color}}|OI Vileplume.png|Vileplume was one of the many alternately colored Pokémon that lived near Professor Ivy's lab. In [[EP083|Poké Ball Peril]], a group of Vileplume went out in the night to bask in the moonlight.}}
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{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Onix|{{rock color}}|Crystal Onix.jpg|{{main|Crystal Onix}}
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In ''[[EP087|The Crystal Onix]]'' a special Onix made of glass crystal appeared. It dwells in a cave on [[Sunburst Island]] away from civilization. [[Mateo]] wanted to capture the Onix so that it could give him inspiration to create glass Pokémon sculptures. However, just seeing it gave him the inspiration he needed.}}
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{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Rhyhorn|{{rock color}}|EP088.png|Rhyhorn was one of many pink Pokémon that lived on [[Pinkan Island]] were the special [[Pinkan Berry]] grew. In the episode ''[[EP088|In The Pink]]'', {{Tracey}} took the time to observe this rare Rhyhorn and drew pictures of it. Ash upset it by approaching it and it ended up charging off a cliff. They eventually saved it with the help of [[Officer Jenny]].}}
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{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Nidoking|{{poison color}}|Pink Nidoking.png|Nidoking was one of many pink Pokémon that lived on [[Pinkan Island]]. In the episode ''[[EP088|In The Pink]]'', Nidoking attacked [[Team Rocket]] after they tried to capture a pink {{p|Nidoran ♂}} and {{p|Nidoran ♀}}. Officer Jenny was able to subdue it by wrangling it with her jeep and tying it up with a rope.}}
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{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=yes|Ash|Noctowl|{{flying color}}|Ash's Noctowl.png|Noctowl was the very first shiny Pokémon to appear in the anime. In ''[[EP154|Fowl Play!]]'', [[Dr. Wiseman]] was trying to capture this Noctowl using traps rather than [[Poké Ball]]s, but each time Noctowl outwitted him and escaped the traps — usually leaving him hypnotized in the process. After Ash rescued it from [[Team Rocket]], Ash had {{AP|Pikachu}} battle it and he captured it, adding it to his team.}}
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Shuckle|{{bug color}}|JessieWithShinyShuckle.png|In ''[[EP170|A Better Pill to Swallow]]'', [[Old Man Shuckle]] sought out this Shuckle for its ability to create a special juice that was necessary for a special medicine to ensure Pokémon obedience. However, [[Team Rocket]] got ahold of the Shuckle and drank its juice pure, which had the effect of making all nearby Pokémon obsessed with them. Old Man Shuckle was able to cure this by throwing a powder at them that apparently acted as an antidote.}}
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Shuckle|{{bug color}}|JessieWithShinyShuckle.png|In ''[[EP170|A Better Pill to Swallow]]'', [[Old Man Shuckle]] sought out this Shuckle for its ability to create a special juice that was necessary for a special medicine to ensure Pokémon obedience. However, [[Team Rocket]] got ahold of the Shuckle and drank its juice pure, which had the effect of making all nearby Pokémon obsessed with them. Old Man Shuckle was able to cure this by throwing a powder at them that apparently acted as an antidote.}}
   

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Even before the games, alternately colored Pokémon have made occasional appearances in the anime. The first to ever appear was a pink Butterfree in Bye Bye Butterfree. Many alternately colored Pokémon appear in the Orange Archipelago due to the tropical climate. Shiny Pokémon began to make appearances in the anime during the Johto saga after Gold and Silver were released. What follows is a chronological list of alternately colored Pokémon that have appeared in the anime.

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