One of the biggest debates in the world of Pokemon fandom is how these collectible monsters relate to standard biological animals. Are they all fanciful magic creatures, or do they evolve and adapt to their environments? This line of thinking launched the "Pokemon Variations" meme, where artists imagine the morphological changes within species of pokemon given certain breeding and habitats. The results are really cool for science geeks and regular geeks alike. Of course, we here at Dorkly do not condone Poke-mills, and urge you to adopt from a shelter rather than continue the harmful poke-purebreed standards.
If you want to support the artists who made these startling advancements to the field of Pokemon studies, don't hesitate to click on their names and seeing if they sell prints, commisions, or just follow them on social media.
1. Dragonite Morphology by Cat & Crown
2. Rayquaza Variations by Deltheor
3. Litwick and Lampent by Bex
4. Wailmers and Wailords by Ymedron
5. Purebred Houndooms by Grolder Goat