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* Groudon's {{stat|Attack}} and {{stat|Special Attack}}, and {{stat|Defense}} and {{stat|Special Defense}} stats are the reverse of Kyogre's.
* In games prior to [[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]], Groudon has a catch rate of 5.
* Primal Groudon is the [[List of Pokémon by height|tallest]] {{Typetype|Fire}} {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}.
* Primal Groudon is the [[List of Pokémon by weight|heaviest]] {{type|Ground}} and {{type|Fire}}-type Pokémon.
* Groudon shares its {{pkmn|category}} name with {{p|Torterra}}. They are both known as the Continent Pokémon.
* Primal Groudon has the highest base {{stat|Attack}} stat and base stat total of all {{type|Ground}}-type and {{type|Fire}}-type Pokémon.
** It also has the highest base {{stat|Attack}} and base {{stat|Defense}} stats of all {{type|Fire}}-type Pokémon and the highest base {{stat|Special Attack}} stat of all {{type|Ground}} Pokémon.
* The [[Groudon (M06)|fake Groudon]] in ''[[M06|Jirachi: Wish Maker]]'' is [[Size discrepancies in the Pokémon anime|much taller]] than its game height of 11' 06", being as tall as the mountainous structures in [[Forina]]. When an actual Groudon [[AG097|later]] [[AG098|appeared]] in the anime series, it was much closer to its correct size.
* On the DVD cover of ''Jirachi: Wish Maker'', a normal Groudon is depicted, despite the Groudon in the film not being an actual Groudon.



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