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==Jumpluff==
*Jumpluff is named ''Wataneko'' (Japanese: '''ワタネコ''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a considerably different design, having a pink coloration instead of blue, a single cotton puff surrounded by large leaves on top of its head, leaf-shaped ears and no limbs but a much longer tail. Its name is a combination of 綿 ''wata'' (cotton) and 猫 ''neko'' (cat). It evolves from {{p|Skiploom}} starting at level 40.
**It evolves from {{p|Skiploom}} starting at level 40.
 
==Aipom==
 
==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 itshas a 50/50 gender ratio instead of being genderless. Its only move is {{m|Psywave}} instead of {{m|Hidden Power}}.
 
==Girafarig==
*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]].
 
==Sneasel==
*Sneasel is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a drastically different, more weasel-like design. It is a pure {{type|Dark}} instead of {{2t|Dark|Ice}}.
 
==Remoraid==
*Remoraid is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly different design, its fins replaced with a more gun-like body. It evolves into {{p|Octillery} starting at level 34.
**It bares a strong [[List of references to Pulseman|resemblance]] to the Gunfish enemy that appears underwater in Stage 6 of {{wp|Pulseman}}. This may be on purpose due to the fact that Pokémon artist [[Ken Sugimori]] also designed the characters in this game.
 
==Octillery==
*Octillery is present in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] with a slightly different design, wearing a combat helmet and appearing more tank-like with its tentacles curled to resemble treads. It evolves from {{p|Remoraid}} starting at level 34.
 
==Delibird==
*Delibird is named ''Gifuto'' (Japanese: '''ギフト''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a slightly different design, featuring a crest resembling a {{wp|Santa suit|Santa hat}}. Its name derives from ''gift''.
**It is a {{2t|Water|Ice}}-type instead of {{2t|Ice|Flying}}.
 
==Mantine==
*{{p|Hanēi}}, an unreleased Pokémon in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]], bares a resemblance to Mantine, both being based on the concept of a flying ray with kite-like aspects to their design.
 
==Skarmory==
*Skarmory is named ''Yoroidori'' (Japanese: '''ヨロイドリ''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Its name is a combination of 鎧 ''yoroi'' (armor) and 鳥 ''tori'' (bird).
**Its types are switched in the demo, making it a {{2t|Flying|Steel}}-type instead of {{2t|Steel|Flying}}.
 
==Houndour==
*Houndour is named ''Debiru'' (Japanese: '''デビル''') in the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and has a slightly different design, featuring visible vertebrae along its spine that connect the skull on its forehead to the rib-like ridges on its back. Its name comes from ''devil''.
**It is a pure {{type|Fire}} instead of {{2t|Dark|Fire}}. It evolves into {{p|Houndoom}} starting at level 25.
 
==Houndoom==
*In the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver SpaceWorld Demo|1997 SpaceWorld demo of Pokémon Gold and Silver]], Houndoom is a pure {{type|Fire}} instead of {{2t|Dark|Fire}}. It evolves from {{p|Houndour}} starting at level 25.
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