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Johto Safari Zone

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* Johto did not have a Safari Zone in [[Generation II]]. However, an [[Pokémon Gold and Silver beta#Safari Zone|unused and incomplete]] map of the [[Kanto Safari Zone]] still exists in the code of the Generation II games.
* The number of Pokémon species that can be acquired in this Safari Zone is by far the largest quantity in the main series to date, and includes several species that were never before available in the wild, most notably {{p|Shelgon}}, {{p|Metang}}, {{p|Breloom}}, {{p|Vigoroth}}, and {{p|Riolu}}.
* This is the only Safari Zone which the player can customize.
* This is the onlyfirst Safari Zone not to put a limit on the number of steps a player can take before being forced out. The same was later made to apply on the [[Hoenn Safari Zone]] as well in {{g|Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire}}.
* The two construction workers outside of the Safari Zone, in the [[Safari Zone Gate]], imply that they are the ones who move the Safari Zone areas; they mention that most people would think a complicated system would be in place, as well as complaining about aches and pains.
* Interestingly, this Safari Zone is located nearest to the city with the fifth Johto League Gym, [[Cianwood City]]. Both the [[Kanto Safari Zone]] and [[Great Marsh]] are also located in cities where the fifth Gym Leader is faced in their respective regions, though [[Crasher Wake]] only falls fifth in {{game|Platinum}}.
* Should the player use a [[cheating|wallhack]] to walk through the Safari Zone Gate without going through reception first, the Safari Zone will be 6 plain squares and the only Pokémon that will show up is a level 20 {{p|Rattata}}. However, the battle will go as it would anywhere else, instead of bringing up the Safari Zone's catching interface.
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