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==Bellossom==
*Bellossom is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly different design featuring four flowers around the top of its head instead of two.
**It is a {{2t|Grass|Poison}}-type instead of a {{type|Grass}}, and evolves from {{p|Gloom}} when exposed to a [[Poison Stone]] instead of bya level[[Sun Stone]].
 
==Marill==
==Politoed==
*Politoed is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a considerably different design, featuring an ovoid body with bulbous eyes and thick stripes on its hind legs and back.
**It evolves from {{p|Poliwhirl}} when exposed to a [[Heart Stone]] instead of by levelbeing traded while holding a [[King's Rock]].
 
==Hoppip==
==Sunflora==
*Sunflora is named ''Sanī'' (Japanese: '''サニー''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a slightly different design with a thin body and standing on several roots instead of two feet. Its name comes from ''sunny''.
**It is a {{2t|Grass|Psychic}}-type instead of a {{type|Grass}}, and does not evolve from any other Pokémon in the demo version of the game.
 
==Quagsire==
===Origin===
*Considering its original Poison type, Umbreon's markings may have been inspired by the rings of the {{wp|blue-ringed octopus}}, a highly venomous species found in the oceans near Japan.
 
==Murkrow==
*Murkrow is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly different design, featuring a crest more reminiscent of a classic witch's hat.
 
==Slowking==
*In the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]], Slowking evolves from {{p|Slowbro}} when exposed to a [[King's Rock]] instead of being a split evolution of {{p|Slowpoke}}.
 
==Unown==
*In the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]], Unown is a {{type|Normal}} rather than {{type|Psychic}} and its only move is {{m|Psywave}} instead of {{m|Hidden Power}}
 
==Girafarig==
*Girafarig is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly different design, featuring a full-sized second head, reflecting its palindromic name, and resembling a {{wp|List of Doctor Dolittle characters#The pushmi-pullyu|Pushmi-pullyu}}. Its second head bares a single horn and a menacing grin.
**It is a {{2t|Dark|Normal}}-type instead of {{2t|Normal|Psychic}}, and evolves from an unreleased Pokémon named {{p|Tsuinzu}} starting at level 29.
 
==Steelix==
*In the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]], Steelix evolves from {{p|Onix}} at level 38 instead of by being traded while holding a [[Metal Coat]].
 
==Snubbull==
*In the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]], Snubbull is a {{type|Psychic}} instead of a {{type|Normal}}. It is a female-only species and does not evolve into any other Pokémon in the demo version of the game.
 
==Qwilfish==
*Qwilfish is named ''Pukū'' (Japanese: '''プクー''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Its name may be a corruption of 河豚 ''fugu'' meaning pufferfish.
**It is a pure {{type|Water}} instead of {{2t|Water|Poison}}, and evolves into an unreleased Pokémon named {{p|Shibirefugu}} starting at level 18.
 
==Scizor==
*Scizor is named ''Shizāsu'' (Japanese: '''シザース''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a green coloration instead of red as well a less rounded design, featuring a more defined jaw, a spike protruding from both of its shoulders and longer wings lacking venation. Its name may be a corruption of ''scissors''.
**It is a {{2t|Bug|Flying}}-type instead of {{2t|Bug|Steel}}, and evolves from {{p|Scyther}} at level 41 instead of by being traded while holding a [[Metal Coat]].
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