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All Pink Pokemon From Every Generation

The world of Pokemon is filled with pink creatures, most of which are Fairy or Psychic-type. This category is particularly weak to Poison-type and Steel-type Pokemon but is exceptionally strong against Dragon-Type.

All Pink Pokemon

All Pink Pokemon From Every Generation

In today’s guide, we will be taking a look at all pink pokemon from every generation.

We also have all fish pokemon and all monkey pokemon.

Cleffa: Fairy Pokemon

Cleffa is a small, pink Pokémon that is vaguely star-shaped in appearance. A dancing Cleffa is seen as a good-luck charm, and it is one of a few extraterrestrial Pokemon.

Clefairy: Evolves from Cleffa

Clefairy is one of the main characters in Pokémon Pocket Monsters and is Red’s starter Pokémon. Clefairy is notoriously rude.

Clefable: Evolves from Clefairy

Clefable is a timid creature that flees when it senses people approaching and is one of the world’s rarest Pokémon. Clefable evolves from Clefairy when exposed to a Moon Stone, and is the final form of Cleffa.

Igglybuff: Normal/Fairy-type Pokemon

Taking advantage of the softness of its body, Igglybuff moves as if bouncing. Its body turns a deep pink when its temperature rises.

Jigglypuff: Evolves from Igglybuff

Jigglypuff has top-notch lung capacity, even by comparison to other Pokémon. It won’t stop singing its lullabies until its foes fall asleep.

Wigglytuff: Evolves from Jigglypuff

The more air it takes in, the more it inflates. If opponents catch it in a bad mood, it will inflate itself to an enormous size to intimidate them.

Slowpoke: Water/Psychic-type Pokemon

Slow-witted and oblivious, this Pokémon won’t feel any pain if its tail gets eaten. It won’t notice when its tail grows back, either.

Slowbro: Evolves from Slowpoke

Slowpoke became Slowbro when a Shellder bit on to its tail. Sweet flavors seeping from the tail make the Shellder feel as if its life is a dream.

Slowking: Evolves from Slowpoke

Miraculously, this former Slowpoke’s latent intelligence was drawn out when Shellder poison raced through its brain.

Exeggcute: Grass/Psychic-type Pokemon

Though it may look like it’s just a bunch of eggs, it’s a proper Pokémon. Exeggcute communicates with others of its kind via telepathy, apparently.

Lickitung: Normal-type Pokemon

If this Pokémon’s sticky saliva gets on you and you don’t clean it off, an intense itch will set in. The itch won’t go away, either.

Lickilicky: Evolves from Lickitung

Lickilicky can do just about anything with its tongue, which is as dexterous as the human hand. In contrast, Lickilicky’s use of its fingers is clumsy.

Happiny: Normal-type Pokemon 

Happiny’s willing to lend its precious round stone to those it’s friendly with, but if the stone isn’t returned, Happiny will cry and throw a tantrum.

Chansey: Evolves from Happiny

This species was once very slow. To protect their eggs from other creatures, these Pokémon became able to flee quickly.

Blissey: Evolves from Chansey

Whenever a Blissey finds a weakened Pokémon, it will share its egg and offer its care until the other Pokémon is all better.

Mime Jr.: Psychic/Fairy type Pokemon

It looks for a Mr. Rime that’s a good dancer and carefully copies the Mr. Rime’s steps like an apprentice.

Mr. Mime: Evolves from Mime Jr.

It’s known for its top-notch pantomime skills. It protects itself from all sorts of attacks by emitting auras from its fingers to create walls.

Mesprit: Psychic-type Pokemon

Mesprit is a member of the Legendary Pokemon trio known as the Lake Guardians. They do not evolve from or into anything else. It is only partially pink.

Munna: Psychic-type Pokemon

Late at night, it appears beside people’s pillows. As it feeds on dreams, the patterns on its body give off a faint glow.

Musharna: Evolves from Munna

It drowses and dreams all the time. It’s best to leave it be if it’s just woken up, as it’s a terrible grump when freshly roused from sleep.

Audino: Normal-type Pokemon

This Pokémon has a kind heart. By touching with its feelers, Audino can gauge other creatures’ feelings and physical conditions.

Alomomola: Water-type Pokemon

Fishermen take them along on long voyages, because if you have an Alomomola with you, there’ll be no need for a doctor or medicine.

Spritzee: Psychic-type Pokemon

A scent pouch within this Pokémon’s body allows it to create various scents. A change in its diet will alter the fragrance it produces.

Aromatisse: Evolves from Spritzee

The scents Aromatisse can produce range from sweet smells that bolster allies to foul smells that sap an opponent’s will to fight.

Sylveon: Psychic-type Pokemon

By releasing enmity-erasing waves from its ribbonlike feelers, Sylveon stops any conflict. There’s a Galarian fairy tale that describes a beautiful Sylveon vanquishing a dreadful dragon Pokémon.

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