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Some Pokémon, called [[baby Pokémon]], can only be obtained in most games by hatching them from an egg.  [[Legendary Pokémon]] cannot breed in the Pokémon games and therefore their eggs are only seen in rare situations if at all.  Eggs will always hatch into a base [[Evolution|evolutionary]] stage, or in cases such as {{p|Marill}} and {{p|Wobbuffet}} without the proper [[held items|incense]], the stage immediately following a baby stage.
 
Some Pokémon, called [[baby Pokémon]], can only be obtained in most games by hatching them from an egg.  [[Legendary Pokémon]] cannot breed in the Pokémon games and therefore their eggs are only seen in rare situations if at all.  Eggs will always hatch into a base [[Evolution|evolutionary]] stage, or in cases such as {{p|Marill}} and {{p|Wobbuffet}} without the proper [[held items|incense]], the stage immediately following a baby stage.
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=In the Games=
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=In the games=
    
==[[Pokémon Snap]]==
 
==[[Pokémon Snap]]==
 
The first appearance of eggs in the Pokémon video games was in Pokémon Snap.  In this game, the Eggs of the three [[legendary birds]] can be found and hatched.
 
The first appearance of eggs in the Pokémon video games was in Pokémon Snap.  In this game, the Eggs of the three [[legendary birds]] can be found and hatched.
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===Eggs Available===
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===Eggs available===
 
; [[Articuno]]
 
; [[Articuno]]
 
: This egg is in the [[Pokémon Island Cave|Cave]] area.  It is silver and has a crystalline form.  It hatches with the aid of two dancing {{p|Jynx}}.
 
: This egg is in the [[Pokémon Island Cave|Cave]] area.  It is silver and has a crystalline form.  It hatches with the aid of two dancing {{p|Jynx}}.
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All Generation II eggs appear as a yellow egg with dark spots.
 
All Generation II eggs appear as a yellow egg with dark spots.
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===Eggs Available===
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===Eggs available===
 
This excludes any eggs which the player can breed themselves.
 
This excludes any eggs which the player can breed themselves.
 
; [[Pokémon Gold and Silver]] / [[Pokémon Crystal]]
 
; [[Pokémon Gold and Silver]] / [[Pokémon Crystal]]
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All Generation III eggs appear as a gold-colored egg with green spots.  This is an updated sprite of the Generation II egg.
 
All Generation III eggs appear as a gold-colored egg with green spots.  This is an updated sprite of the Generation II egg.
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===Eggs Available===
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===Eggs available===
 
This excludes any eggs which the player can breed themselves.
 
This excludes any eggs which the player can breed themselves.
 
; [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire]] / [[Pokémon Emerald]]
 
; [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire]] / [[Pokémon Emerald]]
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{{p|Manaphy}}, however, hatches from a unique clear blue egg with a red center and a ring of white spots.  This egg can be obtained through a special mission in [[Pokémon Ranger]] and transferred to [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl]] where it will hatch into the legendary Pokémon.
 
{{p|Manaphy}}, however, hatches from a unique clear blue egg with a red center and a ring of white spots.  This egg can be obtained through a special mission in [[Pokémon Ranger]] and transferred to [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl]] where it will hatch into the legendary Pokémon.
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=In the Anime=
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=In the anime=
 
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[[Image:PokemonEggsAnime.jpg|thumb|A [[breeding house]] in the [[Pokémon anime|anime]], full of different Pokémon eggs]]
==Pokémon raised from Eggs==
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==Pokémon raised from eggs==
 
; [[Misty's Togetic|Misty's Togepi]]
 
; [[Misty's Togetic|Misty's Togepi]]
 
: This egg was white with blue and red triangular spots.  It was found by [[Ash]] deep in [[Grandpa Canyon]] in ''[[EP046|Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon]]''.  It was taken care of by [[Brock]] and, for a short period, by [[Meowth (Team Rocket)|Meowth]].  It hatched into a {{p|Togepi}} in ''[[EP050|Who Gets to Keep Togepi?]]''.  Since [[Misty]] was the first person it saw, the baby Pokémon thought she was its mother, and thus became hers.
 
: This egg was white with blue and red triangular spots.  It was found by [[Ash]] deep in [[Grandpa Canyon]] in ''[[EP046|Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon]]''.  It was taken care of by [[Brock]] and, for a short period, by [[Meowth (Team Rocket)|Meowth]].  It hatched into a {{p|Togepi}} in ''[[EP050|Who Gets to Keep Togepi?]]''.  Since [[Misty]] was the first person it saw, the baby Pokémon thought she was its mother, and thus became hers.
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