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Pokémon eating other Pokémon
====Honey====
{{main|Honey}}
Featured in [[Generation IV]], Honey can be slathered onto a [[Honey treeTree]] to attract wild Pokémon. It works similarly to Pokéblocks in the Safari Zone; it can be placed in a specific location and will disappear (presumably eaten) after some time. However, onlyand onea Pokémon canmay be found on a honeythat tree forif onechecked Honeysoon slathered onto itenough. If used in [[tall grass]], it has the same effect as the move {{m|Sweet Scent}}. In the anime, {{an|Barry}} used this method to capturecatch his {{p|Heracross}}.
 
====Aprijuice====
 
====Poké Snacks====
{{main|Poké Snacks (Japanese: '''ポケまんま''' ''Poké Cooked Rice'') are used in [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] to lure [[wild Pokémon]] to [[Poké Spot]]s. They look like slices of a yellow cake, with each slice being one-tenth of the cake. Up to ten can be placed at each Poké Spot.Snack}}
Poké Snacks are used in [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] to lure [[wild Pokémon]] to [[Poké Spot]]s. They look like slices of a yellow cake, with each slice being one-tenth of the cake. Up to ten can be placed at each Poké Spot.
 
The [[P★DA]] monitors the Poké Snacks at each Poké Spot, and will inform [[Michael]]the player how many are at each Poké Spot and when a wild Pokémon is eating them. If Michaelthe player doesn't return to the Poké Spot quickly, the wild Pokémon may have eaten all the Poké Snacks he had there.
 
Sometimes a {{p|Munchlax}} will appear at a Poké Spot. When this happens, its {{pkmn|Trainer}} will arrive, apologize, and give ten new Poké Snacks for any the Munchlax may have eaten. Other times, a {{p|Bonsly}} will appear, running away unless the player approaches it slowly. If it runs away, it will be seen at a different Poké Spot.
 
Poké Snacks can be purchased from Poké Marts for {{PDollar}}300 after the player talks to Duking in his house in Pyrite Town.
 
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{{movedescentry|{{gameabbrevss|XD}}|A delicious treat that is irresistible to wild <sc>Pokémon</sc>.}}
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====Sushi====
 
==Pokémon eating other Pokémon==
In the {{pkmn|games}}, Pokédex entries for many Pokémon often describe predator-prey relationships with other Pokémon.
* {{p|Pidgeotto}} and {{p|Crabrawler}} eat {{p|Exeggcute}}
*=== {{p|Pidgeot}}Known preyspredatory onrelation {{p|Magikarp}} picked from near the surface of water===
*Although {{p|Ekans}}many eatsPokémon thespecies eggsare ofconfirmed birdto Pokémonbe either a predator or prey to other species, there includingare {{p|Pidgey}}few andconformed {{p|Spearow}}relations.
* {{alo|Grimer}} and {{p|Muk}} prey on {{p|Trubbish}} and {{p|Garbodor}}
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* {{p|Omastar}}'s- fangsstyle="background: allow it prey on {{p|Shellder}}#fff"
*! style="{{proundyleft|Sneasel15px}}; drivesbackground-color: bird#{{bulba Pokémoncolor fromdark}}; theircolor: nestswhite" towidth=120px steal unprotected eggs, {{p|Pidgey}} is its common victimPredator
*! style="{{proundyright|Taillow15px}},; background-color: #{{p|Swellow}},bulba andcolor {{p|Starlydark}}; preycolor: onwhite" width=120px {{p|Wurmple}} Prey
*| style="{{proundyleft|Wingull15px}}," {{p|width=120px Pelipper}}, {{p|Wailmer}}, and {{pMSP|Wailord017|Pidgeotto}} eat {{ppcolor|WishiwashiPidgeotto}}
*| style="{{proundyright|Starly15px}}" eatswidth=120px the small ball on| {{pMSP|Cherubi102|Exeggcute}}{{pcolor|Exeggcute}}'s stem
* {{p|Sableye}}- preysstyle="background: on {{p|Carbink}}#fff"
*| style="{{proundyleft|Archeops15px}}" preys on| {{pMSP|017|Pidgeotto}}{{pcolor|OmanytePidgeotto}}
*| style="{{proundyright|Mandibuzz15px}}" preys on| {{pMSP|129|Magikarp}}{{pcolor|CuboneMagikarp}}
*| style="{{proundyleft|Carracosta15px}}" preys on| {{pMSP|Omanyte018|Pidgeot}} and {{ppcolor|OmastarPidgeot}}
*| style="{{proundyright|Heatmor15px}}" burns through| {{pMSP|Durant129|Magikarp}}{{pcolor|Magikarp}}'s body to feed on them
* {{p|Rufflet}}'s tough talons allow it to crack {{p|Shellder}}'s- hardstyle="background: shell#fff"
*| style="{{proundyleft|Fletchinder15px}}" preys on| unnamed bug Pokémon{{MSP|021|Spearow}}{{pcolor|Spearow}}
*| style="{{proundyright|Talonflame15px}}'s" preys mostly on bird Pokémon favoring| {{pMSP|Wingull191|Sunkern}} and {{ppcolor|PikipekSunkern}}
* Unnamed bird Pokémon prey on| style="{{proundyleft|Scatterbug15px}}" and| {{pMSP|023|Ekans}}{{pcolor|SpewpaEkans}}
*| style="{{proundyright|Toucannon15px}}" and other unspecified bird Pokémon eat| {{pMSP|016|Pidgey}}{{pcolor|BounsweetPidgey}}
* {{p|Mareanie}}- and {{p|Toxapex}} eat the branches of coral on {{p|Corsola}}'sstyle="background: head#fff"
*| style="{{proundyleft|Bruxish15px}}" preys on| {{pMSP|Shellder023|Ekans}} and {{ppcolor|MareanieEkans}}
*| style="{{proundyright|Vanillite15px}}" is the preferred prey of| {{pMSP|021|Spearow}}{{pcolor|GlalieSpearow}}
{{p|Arbok}}, style="{{proundyleft|Kabutops15px}}," {{p|Aerodactyl}}, {{pMSP|Spinarak}}, {{p088A|AriadosGrimer}}, {{ppcolor|LanturnGrimer}}, {{p|Huntail}}, and {{p|Gorebyss}} are all known predatory Pokémon, though it is unclear what they prey on.
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|568|Trubbish}}{{pcolor|Trubbish}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|088A|Grimer}}{{pcolor|Grimer}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|569|Garbodor}}{{pcolor|Garbodor}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|089A|Muk}}{{pcolor|Muk}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|568|Trubbish}}{{pcolor|Trubbish}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|089A|Muk}}{{pcolor|Muk}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|569|Garbodor}}{{pcolor|Garbodor}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|090|Shellder}}{{pcolor|Shellder}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|079|Slowpoke}}{{pcolor|Slowpoke}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|091|Cloyster}}{{pcolor|Cloyster}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|079|Slowpoke}}{{pcolor|Slowpoke}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|097|Hypno}}{{pcolor|Hypno}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|775|Komala}}{{pcolor|Komala}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|099|Kingler}}{{pcolor|Kingler}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|090|Shellder}}{{pcolor|Shellder}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|099|Kingler}}{{pcolor|Kingler}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|091|Cloyster}}{{pcolor|Cloyster}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|139|Omastar}}{{pcolor|Omastar}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|090|Shellder}}{{pcolor|Shellder}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|162|Furret}}{{pcolor|Furret}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|019|Rattata}}{{pcolor|Rattata}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|167|Spinarak}}{{pcolor|Spinarak}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|742|Cutiefly}}{{pcolor|Cutiefly}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|190|Aipom}}{{pcolor|Aipom}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|761|Bounsweet}}{{pcolor|Bounsweet}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|204|Pineco}}{{pcolor|Pineco}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|742|Cutiefly}}{{pcolor|Cutiefly}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|215|Sneasel}}{{pcolor|Sneasel}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|016|Pidgey}}{{pcolor|Pidgey}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|215|Sneasel}}{{pcolor|Sneasel}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|027|Sandshrew}}{{pcolor|Sandshrew}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|276|Taillow}}{{pcolor|Taillow}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|265|Wurmple}}{{pcolor|Wurmple}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|277|Swellow}}{{pcolor|Swellow}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|265|Wurmple}}{{pcolor|Wurmple}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|278|Wingull}}{{pcolor|Wingull}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|456|Finneon}}{{pcolor|Finneon}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|278|Wingull}}{{pcolor|Wingull}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|746|Wishiwashi}}{{pcolor|Wishiwashi}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|279|Pelipper}}{{pcolor|Pelipper}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|370|Luvdisc}}{{pcolor|Luvdisc}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|279|Pelipper}}{{pcolor|Pelipper}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|746|Wishiwashi}}{{pcolor|Wishiwashi}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|302|Sableye}}{{pcolor|Sableye}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|703|Carbink}}{{pcolor|Carbink}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|320|Wailmer}}{{pcolor|Wailmer}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|746|Wishiwashi}}{{pcolor|Wishiwashi}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|321|Wailord}}{{pcolor|Wailord}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|746|Wishiwashi}}{{pcolor|Wishiwashi}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|362|Glalie}}{{pcolor|Glalie}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|582|Vanillite}}{{pcolor|Vanillite}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|396|Starly}}{{pcolor|Starly}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|265|Wurmple}}{{pcolor|Wurmple}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|396|Starly}}{{pcolor|Starly}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|420|Cherubi}}{{pcolor|Cherubi}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|457|Lumineon}}{{pcolor|Lumineon}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|120|Staryu}}{{pcolor|Staryu}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|457|Lumineon}}{{pcolor|Lumineon}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|121|Starmie}}{{pcolor|Starmie}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|461|Weavile}}{{pcolor|Weavile}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|027A|Sandshrew}}{{pcolor|Sandshrew}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|461|Weavile}}{{pcolor|Weavile}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|037A|Vulpix}}{{pcolor|Vulpix}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|551|Sandile}}{{pcolor|Sandile}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|328|Trapinch}}{{pcolor|Trapinch}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|565|Carracosta}}{{pcolor|Carracosta}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|138|Omanyte}}{{pcolor|Omanyte}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|565|Carracosta}}{{pcolor|Carracosta}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|139|Omastar}}{{pcolor|Omastar}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|567|Archeops}}{{pcolor|Archeops}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|138|Omanyte}}{{pcolor|Omanyte}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|627|Rufflet}}{{pcolor|Rufflet}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|090|Shellder}}{{pcolor|Shellder}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|630|Mandibuzz}}{{pcolor|Mandibuzz}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|104|Cubone}}{{pcolor|Cubone}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|631|Heatmor}}{{pcolor|Heatmor}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|632|Durant}}{{pcolor|Durant}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|663|Talonflame}}{{pcolor|Talonflame}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|278|Wingull}}{{pcolor|Wingull}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|663|Talonflame}}{{pcolor|Talonflame}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|731|Pikipek}}{{pcolor|Pikipek}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|731|Pikipek}}{{pcolor|Pikipek}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|011|Metapod}}{{pcolor|Metapod}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|733|Toucannon}}{{pcolor|Toucannon}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|761|Bounsweet}}{{pcolor|Bounsweet}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|735|Gumshoos}}{{pcolor|Gumshoos}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|019A|Rattata}}{{pcolor|Rattata}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|735|Gumshoos}}{{pcolor|Gumshoos}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|020A|Raticate}}{{pcolor|Raticate}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|739|Crabrawler}}{{pcolor|Crabrawler}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|102|Exeggcute}}{{pcolor|Exeggcute}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|747|Mareanie}}{{pcolor|Mareanie}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|222|Corsola}}{{pcolor|Corsola}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|748|Toxapex}}{{pcolor|Toxapex}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|222|Corsola}}{{pcolor|Corsola}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|779|Bruxish}}{{pcolor|Bruxish}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|090|Shellder}}{{pcolor|Shellder}}
|- style="background: #fff"
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|779|Bruxish}}{{pcolor|Bruxish}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|747|Mareanie}}{{pcolor|Mareanie}}
| style="{{roundyleft|15px}}" | {{MSP|781|Dhelmise}}{{pcolor|Dhelmise}}
| style="{{roundyright|15px}}" | {{MSP|321|Wailord}}{{pcolor|Wailord}}
|}
 
[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]] also touches on the predator-prey relationship between {{p|Swellow}} and {{p|Wurmple}}, with Wurmple of [[Team|Team Tasty]] worrying that Swellow, its teammate, will eat it. In [[Pokémon Snap]], several Meowth can also be seen chasing {{p|Pidgey}} at various points on the [[Pokémon Island Beach|Beach]]. Near the end of the course, one can be witnessed lurking around a Pidgey nest before it is {{m|Gust|attacked}} by the Pidgey which roost there.
In ''[[EP016|Pokémon Shipwreck]]'', Ash and friends, along with Team Rocket are stranded in the middle of the ocean without food. Eventually, due to their hunger and the dire nature of their situation, Ash and Brock began to discuss and fantasize about eating {{DL|List of Pokémon temporarily owned by the Team Rocket trio|Gyarados|James's Magikarp}}. Unfortunately for them and {{TR|Meowth}} in particular, Magikarp's body composition renders it nearly inedible. Misty elaborates on this, stating that Magikarp are nothing more than scale and bone, thus there would be little sustenance obtained.
 
It is possible, based on wording used in {{p|Cherubi}}'s Pokédex entry, that humans, not just Pokémon have eaten Cherubi's ball-like appendage before. Also, according to its {{game|Black and White|s|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2|2}} Pokédex entry, {{p|Basculin}} are remarkably tasty, indicating humans have eaten them as well. [[Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|Pokémon Silver]]'s entry states that {{p|Seadra}}'s fins and bones are used in herbal medicine. According to [[Pokémon Sun and Moon Versions|Pokémon Moon]]'s {{p|Crabrawler}}'s entry, its pincers aren't meaty, but rich in nutrients and considered delicious. [[Crawdaunt]]'s enrty in [[Ultra Moon]] says that its claws aren't delicious at all in contrary to Crabrawler and [[Clauncher]]'s.
 
===Food produced by Pokémon===
* {{p|Miltank}} produce {{DL|Drink|Moomoo Milk}} which can be bought in the games and used as a healing item. It is stated in both the games and the anime to be both nutritious and delicious. It is also stated in the games that it is said kids who drink it will become hearty, healthy adults. In the anime, groups of Miltank are often kept to produce the milk not only for drinking, but also for the milk used to make dairy products as part of a business. In ''[[XY053|A Race for Home!]]'', it has been shown that milk made by {{p|Skiddo}} are also used to make dairy products such as cheese and soft-serve ice cream.
* {{p|Combee}} and {{p|Vespiquen}} gather nectar from flowers to produce [[Honey]] which is savored by various species of Pokémon, such as {{p|Mothim}} who steal it.
* The black ink spitted by {{p|Octillery}} is used for cooking.
 
==Dietary change==