Pokémon – A Baby Kangaskhan Theory

Luke Ward
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There is a popular Pokémon theory that suggests that a baby Kangaskhan & Cubone are the same Pokémon.

    Most of you 90’s kids will know of Pokémon very well, it was a massive craze!

    Here’s something that’s been cleverly thought out about a certain Pokémon. Kangaskhan (No. 115) doesn’t evolve and is only known as its “adult” stage.

    Therefore its baby doesn’t have its own species.

    All other Pokémon look exactly the same, if just smaller as babies, or it’s just their pre-evolution.

    So what if Cubone is Kangaskhan’s pre-evolution?

    In order to evolve into a Kanghaskan it needs a mother’s attention.

    But say if the mother died, the little Cubone would take its mother’s skull as protection, and a bone, then evolve all by itself into a beautiful Marowak.

    You may wonder why it doesn’t evolve into a Kangaskhan, well Pokémon games are well-known for items having an effect.

    So it’s the skull on Cubone that evolves it into Marowak.

    Also what about the stomach pouch on Kangaskhan’s?

    Well a Kangaskhan is a female-only species with no male counterpart, however a baby Kangaskhan’s gender is not mentioned anywhere.

    So Cubone’s are male baby Kangaskhan’s, which is why they don’t have a pouch, although if these were to evolve into an adult Kangaskhan, it would become female.

    What do you think?

    It’s well thought through and actually makes sense…

    I’d like to believe this is true, and I would love the creator of Pokémon to confirm this theory!

    If you like this theory, check out the Venomoth / Butterfree Theory.

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Luke Ward
Luke Ward

Luke Ward is the owner of The Fact Site. He has over 14 years of experience in researching, informative writing, fact-checking, SEO & web design. In his spare time, he loves to explore the world, drink coffee & attend trivia nights.

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