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Bulbasaur (Pokémon)

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Much like most pokémon, Bulbasaur appears to be an omnivoire. However, in times of scarcity, it does not need to eat much food, since the bulb on its back can store energy from the sun.
 
=In the games=
* [[Pokémon Stadium]]: A Bulbasaur is one of the Pokémon which can be won after beating the [[Gym Leader]] [[Gym Leader Castle|Castle]], then transferred into [[Generation I]] games.
* [[Pokémon Snap]]: Several Bulbasaur can be seen at the [[Pokémon Island River|River]], though they are initially hidden. One can be lured out with [[Pokémon food]], while the other two can be knocked into view using [[Pester Ball]]s. Also, in the [[Pokémon Island Cave|Cave]], several strange looking Bulbasaur appear. Hitting them with Pester Balls will reveal their true form, {{p|Ditto}}.
 
=In the anime=
 
==In side games==
*[[Pokémon Stadium]]: A Bulbasaur is one of the Pokémon which can be won after beating the [[Gym Leader]] [[Gym Leader Castle|Castle]], then transferred into [[Generation I]] games.
*[[Pokémon Snap]]: Several Bulbasaur can be seen at the [[Pokémon Island River{|River]], thoughborder="1" theystyle="border: are1px initiallysolid hidden.#999; border-collapse: Onecollapse; canbackground: bewhite; luredmargin: outauto;" withcellspacing="1" [[Pokémon food]], while the other two can be knocked into view using [[Pester Ball]]s. Also, in the [[Pokémon Island Cave|Cave]], several strange looking Bulbasaur appear. Hitting them with Pester Balls will reveal their true form, {{p|Ditto}}.cellpadding="2"
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! Game
! Location
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| [[Pokémon Stadium]]
| [[Gym Leader Castle]]
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| [[Pokémon Snap]]
| [[Pokémon Island River|River]]
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| [[Pokémon Trozei]]
| Phobos Train, Endless level 16
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| [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon]]
| [[Starter Pokémon]], [[Joyous Tower]] (1F-5F)
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| [[Pokémon Ranger]]
| [[Lila Forest]]
|}
 
=Base stats=