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    Or maybe it is becouse Pokemon only get one sprite in game and the Kangaskhan dont all actully have babies, especily not when they hatch.
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    There should be an NPC in one of the games that has bred a line of Kangaskhans not to have babies in them.

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    Baby Kangaskhan is a Kangaskhan, it dosent have to make sense. Alot of things in Pokemon dont make sense

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    The way I see it, the baby Kangaskhan is sort of part of the mother. Sort of like an underdeveloped version to take care of. A bit like Girafarig's tail, but separate from the body.

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    Kangaskhan is actually a multi-body pokemon, the best analogy being Cherubi.

    Cherubi has that undeveloped Siamese twin head attached to it... Kangaskhan's "baby" is actually the same thing, where the small body is an undeveloped Siamese twin.

    YET ANOTHER theory is that the "baby" is actually the male of the species, in the same vein as anglerfish. With anglerfish, the female has a large body (the thig that looks like Lanturn) but the male is actually just a tiny little guy that attaches himself to the female's body... The female sucks the body fluids out of him till he becomes like a puppet.

    THAT could be what the baby is... And it would explain Kangaskhans breeding too...

    I think about this too much...

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    When Game Freak first made Kanghaskan, they were on crack.

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    It's probably just Kangaskahn, but small because it's an infant. This may explain why some seemingly huge Pokemon hatch out of eggs that can fit into a backpack. Maybe their born tiny and then are raised (not in the Pokemon sense but in the real animal sense) to full fighting size, even though full fighting size may just be Level 1.
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    I see it more of a Cubone-Marowak relationship. Once the parent dies/trained it enough, the baby will leave and set out to have it's own life.

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    I think game freak just make something mysterious, then couldn't find an explanation for it later on for professors to discover and left it in mysteries, like kangaskhan's child, cubone's face, diglett's body, and the GS ball. In the anime, Ash just gave the GS ball to Oak for more researching, and then all was forgotten. Some say celebi was in the GS ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Charizard View Post
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    Surely you know the Cubone theory? Even if it's wrong, it's better than any alternative given to us by GameFreak.
    I like that theory, it makes sense.
    I like that theory, too. I think it should have been a Ground-Type Pokemon from the start anyway, considering that Sakaki uses it. And Karakara -> Garagara -> Garoora sounds good.
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    It is sort of part of the Kangaskan or a separate brain I guess, like Weezing's extra heads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdog1020 View Post
    It is sort of part of the Kangaskan or a separate brain I guess, like Weezing's extra heads.
    This is exactly what I was going to say. I don't see it as a completely different entity but a part of the same Pokemon.

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    How is that possible when you can actually take the baby out of the bag?

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    Default Re: Kangaskhan's child.

    Ok here's what I think Kangaskhan is Classified as the Parent Pokémon if it didn't have its Baby which is really another Kangaskhan at least a different forme it would lose its title as the Parent Pokémon and then it would become the Steroid using Kangaroo Pokémon (just kidding) sure other Pokémon raise there young but eventually the Pokémon grows and cares for itself as for Kangaskhan's young it stays as it is so there needs to be a caretaker since it is incapable of watching for itself so if you think about it they depend on each other in other words there symbiotic. I don't know what do you guys think about this theory.
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    Well, you have to remember that it goes way back to the first generation, back when Pokémon didn't have to make any sense at all, and where it couldn't relate to any other generations of Pokémon. All in all, Kangaskhan's baby was just put into the design to fit whatever idea they had with it back then. There are also those rumors about Cubone being the baby of Kangaskhan, where Kangaskhan was removed from the evolutionary line, though it's not something I like going into detail about.

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