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>this episode

This doesn't make any sense. Cubone wears the skull of its dead mother, how could Marowak have birthed him?
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>>100318220
Female Marowak die when they give birth
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>>100318220
whose skull does marowak wear?
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I was wondering about that too among many things.
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It's a mystic skull.
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How does the Cubone/Marowak species maintain its population if at most 1 of the Marowak's offspring can wear her skull and survive? You have 2 parents produce at most 1 surviving child; the population would crash in a a couple of generations
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>Questioning logic in Pokemon
Found your problem.
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>>100318695

Wouldn't that result in the population of the species being halved every generation until there was only one left?
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Hereditary Cartilage Degredation Syndrome. Upon giving birth, a Marowak skull is reduced from bone to cartilage, and the baby's skull cover is armored as if it was twice as much bone density. This bone density goes down as it grows and evolves, but it weakens considerably when it gives birth. This is to deter it from fighting while raising its child. Males of the species do not have their skulls degrade, and are capable of fighting as well.
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you forgot:
>immune to electricity
>gets killed by electricity



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