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Cries
Supporting this theory is the fact that [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl beta|internal data]] in {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} reveals a back sprite for both Shellos and Gastrodon with a slightly different design, but no front sprite. Shellos's sprite is pink, like its {{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Shellos and Gastrodon|West Sea variation}}, and seems to combine the West Sea variation's head with the {{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Shellos and Gastrodon|East Sea variation}}'s body, while Gastrodon's sprite is brown and looks like its {{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Shellos and Gastrodon|West Sea variation}}, but with more rock-like protrusions on its body.
====Cries====
The leaked [[:#Debugging Version 0509A prototype|Debugging Version 0509A prototype]] of German Pokémon Ruby revealed a sound test menu allowing you to play two unused Pokémon cries in slots 266 and 269 on the Driver Test menu. These cries may have belonged to {{p|Shellos}} and {{p|Gastrodon}}, or {{p|Skorupi}} and {{p|Drapion}}. This sound test was later found in the final versions of Ruby and Sapphire, along with the same unused cries.
 
The cries of [[Generation III]] Pokémon are not stored in National Pokédex order or in index number order, instead going in a unique order from {{p|Kecleon}} to {{p|Chimecho}}, which like in the index number list, is located after all other Pokémon. This order remains in the final versions of the game, though normally unseen. Among the initial Generation III Pokémon cries in the audio data are the aforementioned Kecleon, {{p|Duskull}}, {{p|Latias}}, {{p|Wynaut}} and {{p|Azurill}}, which were also among the first Generation III Pokémon to be [[History_of_Pokémon#Generation_III|revealed]].