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'''Apricorns''' (Japanese: '''ぼんぐりのみ''' ''Bonguri Fruit'') are fruits native to the [[Johto]] region that can be used to make [[Poké Ball]]s. They can also be found in the [[Kanto]] region in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} and on [[Galar]]'s [[Isle of Armor]] in {{g|Sword and Shield}}'s [[The Isle of Armor]] expansion.
 
Specialists can hollow out Apricorns and fit them with special devices to allow them to function as Poké Balls. [[Kurt]] is one such specialist. Before [[History of Poké Balls|Poké Balls became standardized]], everyone used hollowed-out Apricorns to catch Pokémon. The process used to create the Poké Balls was developed sometime between 400 and 700 yearyears before the present day (Betweenbetween the burning of Brass Tower and the first Orange League competitions) before the present day.
 
Because the outer skin of Apricorns are so tough, they cannot be eaten by Pokémon unprocessed. Instead, Trainers can blend Apricorns in an [[Apriblender]] to make Aprijuice for their Pokémon to drink.
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