List of generation I Pokémon

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The first generation (Generation I) of the Pokémon franchise features the original 151 fictional species of creatures introduced to the core video game series in the 1996 Game Boy games Pokémon Red and Blue.

The following list details the 151 Pokémon of Generation I in order of their National Pokédex number. The first Pokémon, Bulbasaur, is number 001 and the last, Mew, is number 151. Alternate forms that result in type changes are included for convenience. Mega evolutions and regional forms are included on the pages for the generation in which they were introduced.

Design and development[edit]

The majority of Pokémon in this generation had relatively simple designs and were highly analogous to real-life creatures including but not limited to: Pidgey (a pigeon), Krabby (a crab),Rattata (a rat), Ekans (a snake), and Seel (a seal). Many Pokémon in the original games served as the base for repeating concepts later in the series.[1]

List of Pokémon[edit]

List of Pokémon species introduced in Generation I (1996)[nb 1]
Name National Pokédex
number
Type(s) Evolves into Notes
English Japanese Primary Secondary
Bulbasaur Fushigidane (フシギダネ) 1 Grass Poison Ivysaur (#002) Reception to Bulbasaur has been largely positive and it often appears in "top Pokémon lists".[3][4] Its English name is a portmanteau of "bulb" and "dinosaur".[5]
Ivysaur Fushigisō (フシギソウ) 2 Grass Poison Venusaur (#003) Playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Its English name is a portmanteau of "ivy" and "dinosaur".[6]
Venusaur Fushigibana (フシギバナ) 3 Grass Poison Mega Evolution Its English name is a portmanteau of "Venus" (relating to the Venus flytrap) and "dinosaur".[7]
Charmander Hitokage (ヒトカゲ) 4 Fire Charmeleon (#005) Charmander is a bipedal, salamander-like creature with a flame at the tip of its tail. Its English name is a portmanteau of "char" and "salamander".[8]
Charmeleon Rizādo (リザード) 5 Fire Charizard (#006) Charmeleon shares a nearly identical design to Charmander, though is larger in stature. Its English name is a portmanteau of "char" and "chameleon".[9]
Charizard Rizādon (リザードン) 6 Fire Flying Mega Evolution

(X & Y)

Playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, as well as Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Its English name is a portmanteau of "char" and "lizard".[10] Its Dynamax Form has literal fire for wings and has fire coming out of its body. Mascot of Pokémon Red.
Squirtle Zenigame (ゼニガメ) 7 Water Wartortle (#008) Playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Its English name is a portmanteau of "squirt", "turtle".[11]
Wartortle Kamēru (カメール) 8 Water Blastoise (#009) Its English name is a portmanteau of "war", "tortoise", and "turtle".[12]
Blastoise Kamekkusu (カメックス) 9 Water Mega Evolution Its English name is a portmanteau of "blast" and "tortoise".[13]
Caterpie Kyatapī (キャタピー) 10 Bug Metapod (#011) To avoid predators, it releases an odor that makes bird Pokemon think twice about going after it.
Metapod Toranseru (トランセル) 11 Bug Butterfree (#012) It tries to move as little as possible because if its fragile body broke, its liquid guts would spill out, killing it.
Butterfree Batafurī (バタフリー) 12 Bug Flying Does not evolve If you put pollen out of your window, a Butterfree will come to you. A Dynamaxed Butterfree can grow a tremendous size with huge light blue wings.
Weedle Bīdoru (ビードル) 13 Bug Poison Kakuna (#014) Its stinger is poisonous so if it finds itself against a foe, it can protect itself for a while.
Kakuna Kokūn (コクーン) 14 Bug Poison Beedrill (#015) Similar to Metapod, it can't really move because its melting its own body to evolve.
Beedrill Supiā (スピアー) 15 Bug Poison Mega Evolution Never go near a Beedrill nest because every Beedrill in the nest will angerly swarm you and sting you repeatedly, which is poisonous as well.
Pidgey Poppo (ポッポ) 16 Normal Flying Pidgeotto (#017) The common bird of Kanto, Pidgey is a bird that will go after bug Pokemon until it scurries away.
Pidgeotto Pijon (ピジョン) 17 Normal Flying Pidgeot (#018)
Pidgeot Pijotto (ピジョット) 18 Normal Flying Mega Evolution A lot of Trainers choose Pidgeot has their Pokemon because of the striking beautiful feathers it has.
Rattata Koratta (コラッタ) 19 Normal Raticate (#020) Criticized as a "filthy rodent" by GamesRadar and "rubbish" by the Official Nintendo Magazine[14][15] Its teeth grow very long overtime, so it has to gnaw on logs, houses, telephone poles and more so it can be quite a pest at times.
Raticate Ratta (ラッタ) 20 Normal Does not evolve Raticate is a rodent that command the groups of Rattatas to get it food. Like Rattata, it to needs to whittle its teeth down but it does so on harder objects like steel, wood, rocks, fruit, and more.
Spearow Onisuzume (オニスズメ) 21 Normal Flying Fearow (#022)
Fearow Onidoriru (オニドリル) 22 Normal Flying Does not evolve
Ekans Ābo (アーボ) 23 Poison Arbok (#024) Ekans likes to coil itself because if it gets attacked while sleeping, it's all ready to strike at them.
Arbok Ābokku (アーボック) 24 Poison Does not evolve Belonged to Jessie, a member of Team Rocket, for the Kanto, Johto, and a small portion of the Advanced Generation series of the Pokémon anime. The pattern on its chest is different everywhere. Its hard to get out of its coil because its muscles are so strong.
Pikachu Pikachū (ピカチュウ) 25 Electric Raichu (#026) Mascot of the Pokémon franchise. Also playable in every Super Smash Bros. game to date. Dynamax Pikachu looks like its old sprite from Red and Blue with a glowing whitish tail. It raises its tail to check its surroundings and it sometimes gets struck by lightning in that pose. If Pikachu sees something new, it'll shock it with electricity. When you see blackened marks on the ground, Pikachu mistook its electrical power.
Raichu Raichū (ライチュウ) 26 Electric Does not evolve
Sandshrew Sando (サンド) 27 Ground Sandslash (#028)
Sandslash Sandopan (サンドパン) 28 Ground Does not evolve
Nidoran♀ Nidoran♀ (ニドラン♀) 29 Poison Nidorina (#030)
Nidorina Nidorīna (ニドリーナ) 30 Poison Nidoqueen (#031) When it's with its friends and family, it doesn't have its toxic horn out. As soon as danger appears, its ready to fight.
Nidoqueen Nidokuin (ニドクイン) 31 Poison Ground Does not evolve When protecting its young, it gains more strength when protecting its young than normal. Its hide is so strong, not much can hurt it.
Nidoran♂ Nidoran♂ (ニドラン♂) 32 Poison Nidorino (#033)
Nidorino Nidorīno (ニドリーノ) 33 Poison Nidoking (#034)
Nidoking Nidokingu (ニドキング) 34 Poison Ground Does not evolve It usually fights for the family if their young Nidorans are in trouble.
Clefairy Pippi (ピッピ) 35 Fairy[nb 2] Clefable (#036) Originally proposed to be joint mascot of the Pokémon franchise alongside Pikachu, but was quickly overshadowed by the latter's popularity[16]
Clefable Pikushī (ピクシー) 36 Fairy[nb 2] Does not evolve
Vulpix Rokon (ロコン) 37 Fire Ninetales (#038) When a Vulpix is born, it only has one white tail that splits into 6 if it gets plenty of love from its Trainer or mother.
Ninetales Kyūkon (キュウコン) 38 Fire Does not evolve Designs inspired by the nine-tailed fox of East Asian myth.[17]
Jigglypuff Purin (プリン) 39 Normal Fairy[nb 2] Wigglytuff (#040) Playable in every Super Smash Bros. game to date.
Wigglytuff Pukurin (プクリン) 40 Normal Fairy[nb 2] Does not evolve It doesn't need to blink because its eyes are covered in a thin layer of something like tears.
Zubat Zubatto (ズバット) 41 Poison Flying Golbat (#042) It uses echolocation because it has no eyes.
Golbat Gorubatto (ゴルバット) 42 Poison Flying Crobat (#169) Golbat loves to drink blood, however it sometimes drinks so much that it can't fly.
Oddish Nazonokusa (ナゾノクサ) 43 Grass Poison Gloom (#044) It buries itself in the soil to absorb the nutrients. the more water it drinks, the glossier it becomes.
Gloom Kusaihana (クサイハナ) 44 Grass Poison Vileplume (#045)
Bellossom (#182)
If it senses danger around it, it produces a horrific stench from the leaves on its head. If there isn't, it's fine and the stench goes away.
Vileplume Rafureshia (ラフレシア) 45 Grass Poison Does not evolve Tour guides always say not to go up to any flower in the jungle, no matter how beautiful is because of this reason: it might just be a Vileplume which can spread toxic spores that will leave you sick for days!
Paras Parasu (パラス) 46 Bug Grass Parasect (#047) When a Paras eats, its body isn't getting most of the nutrients, the mushrooms on its back are. Those mushrooms can also be used for medicine too.
Parasect Parasekuto (パラセクト) 47 Bug Grass Does not evolve It hollows out trees to absorb its energy. When the tree dies, it will move on to the next.
Venonat Konpan (コンパン) 48 Bug Poison Venomoth (#049)
Venomoth Morufon (モルフォン) 49 Bug Poison Does not evolve
Diglett Diguda (ディグダ) 50 Ground Dugtrio (#051) Farmers like to use Digletts to plow to soil for crops to grow plentifully.
Dugtrio Dagutorio (ダグトリオ) 51 Ground Does not evolve
Meowth Nyāsu (ニャース) 52 Normal Persian (#053) Reoccurring member of Team Rocket in the Pokémon anime series, Meowth loves anything shiny and will steal it if it can. Murkrow and Meowth will loot each others stash all the time. Dynamax Meowth is a tall, thin, Japanese version of it with glowing eyes.
Persian Perushian (ペルシアン) 53 Normal Does not evolve Belonging to Giovanni, the leader of Team Rocket, in the Pokémon anime series, Persian will sneak up behind a foe so silently by retracting its claws. It will then pounce on them and rip them to shreds.
Psyduck Kodakku (コダック) 54 Water Golduck (#055)
Golduck Gorudakku (ゴルダック) 55 Water Does not evolve It was almost hunted to extinction by hunters wanting its precious jewel on its forehead.
Mankey Mankī (マンキー) 56 Fighting Primeape (#057)
Primeape Okoriziaru (オコリザル) 57 Fighting Does not evolve Anything can make a Primeape's blood boil. Its not as smart when its really mad, though. However, sometimes it can get so mad, that it can die because it couldn't handle its anger.
Growlithe Gādi (ガーディ) 58 Fire Arcanine (#059)
Arcanine Uindi (ウインディ) 59 Fire Does not evolve A fan-favorite Pokémon, Arcanine is among the strongest non-legendary Pokémon, and has been described as having "the mane of a lion ... the stripes of a tiger [and] the speed of a panther."[18][19][20]
Poliwag Nyoromo (ニョロモ) 60 Water Poliwhirl (#061) Poliwag is the favorite Pokémon of Satoshi Tajiri, creator of the Pokémon franchise.
Poliwhirl Nyorozo (ニョロゾ) 61 Water Poliwrath (#062)
Politoed (#186)
Poliwhirl is among the most-marketed Pokémon,[21] being used in a line of chewable vitamins as well as a line of toothbrushes.[22][23]
Poliwrath Nyorobon (ニョロボン) 62 Water Fighting Does not evolve
Abra Kēshii (ケーシィ) 63 Psychic Kadabra (#064) Even when its sleeping, which it does most of its life, it can sense danger. At which time it will teleport to safety.
Kadabra Yungerā (ユンゲラー) 64 Psychic Alakazam (#065) Kadabra has been the source of various controversies. The symbols on its body have been associated to those used by Nazi Germany's Waffen-SS. Furthermore, in November 2000, Israeli magician Uri Gellar sued Nintendo, claiming Kadabra embodies an unauthorized appropriation of his identity.[24][25][26]
Alakazam Fūdin (フーディン) 65 Psychic Mega Evolution Due to its brain being too big making its head too heavy, it actually uses its psychic power to hold its head up. Not to mention its 500 IQ makes it a very smart Pokemon.
Machop Wanrikī (ワンリキー) 66 Fighting Machoke (#067) The best thing about Machop is that its muscles never get sore. It can hurl around 100 adult humans before it gets tired.
Machoke Gōrikī (ゴーリキー) 67 Fighting Machamp (#068)
Machamp Kairikī (カイリキー) 68 Fighting Does not evolve It can throw around 100 punches in a couple seconds.
Bellsprout Madatsubomi (マダツボミ) 69 Grass Poison Weepinbell (#070)
Weepinbell Utsudon (ウツドン) 70 Grass Poison Victreebel (#071) It has a hook on its rear end that it hooks on trees with and sleeps. When it wakes up, it might find itself on the ground because of the wind.
Victreebel Utsubotto (ウツボット) 71 Grass Poison Does not evolve
Tentacool Menokurage (メノクラゲ) 72 Water Poison Tentacruel (#073) If Tentacool isn't in the water, it will shrivel up because it is mostly water.
Tentacruel Dokukurage (ドククラゲ) 73 Water Poison Does not evolve
Geodude Ishitsubute (イシツブテ) 74 Rock Ground Graveler (#075) Sometimes mistaken as ordinary rocks, people mistakenly step on them resulting in them getting hurt.
Graveler Gorōn (ゴローン) 75 Rock Ground Golem (#076)
Golem Gorōnya (ゴローニャ) 76 Rock Ground Does not evolve
Ponyta Ponīta (ポニータ) 77 Fire Rapidash (#078)
Rapidash Gyaroppu (ギャロップ) 78 Fire Does not evolve As a popular Pokémon, Rapidash is considered "universally appealing" to fans of cute and cool Pokémon alike.[27][27][28][29][30]
Slowpoke Yadon (ヤドン) 79 Water Psychic Slowbro (#080)
Slowking (#199)
Slowpoke eats by dipping its tail in the water. Slowpoke tails are quite a delicacy.
Slowbro Yadoran (ヤドラン) 80 Water Psychic Mega Evolution With Shellder's poison going through its body, it makes it even more spaced out than it already was.
Magnemite Koiru (コイル) 81 Electric Steel[nb 3] Magneton (#082)
Magneton Reakoiru (レアコイル) 82 Electric Steel[nb 3] Magnezone (#462)
Farfetch'd Kamonegi (カモネギ) 83 Normal Flying Does not evolve[nb 4] Farfetch'd is a duck like pokemon that has a green onion stalk for a weapon. It battlesover stalks and eats them at starving times. It will die over its own stalk and battle for the best stalks.
Doduo Dōdō (ドードー) 84 Normal Flying Dodrio (#085)
Dodrio Dōdorio (ドードリオ) 85 Normal Flying Does not evolve
Seel Pauwau (パウワウ) 86 Water Dewgong (#087)
Dewgong Jugon (ジュゴン) 87 Water Ice Does not evolve
Grimer Betobetā (ベトベター) 88 Poison Muk (#089) It eats sewer waste for food. Its body is very slippery so it can slip through almost any opening.
Muk Betobeton (ベトベトン) 89 Poison Does not evolve
Shellder Sherudā (シェルダー) 90 Water Cloyster (#091)
Cloyster Parushen (パルシェン) 91 Water Ice Does not evolve
Gastly Gōsu (ゴース) 92 Ghost Poison Haunter (#093) Hides under structures to stop the wind from blowing away it's gaseous matter
Haunter Gōsuto (ゴースト) 93 Ghost Poison Gengar (#094)
Gengar Gengā (ゲンガー) 94 Ghost Poison Mega Evolution Owing to its simplistic yet appealing design, Gengar is Ken Sugimori's favorite Pokémon as of the release of X and Y.[31]
Onix Iwāku (イワーク) 95 Rock Ground Steelix (#208) Though its design has been praised, critics deem Onix underpowered compared to other rock-types of its generation.[1][32][33][34]
Drowzee Surīpu (スリープ) 96 Psychic Hypno (#097)
Hypno Surīpā (スリーパー) 97 Psychic Does not evolve
Krabby Kurabu (クラブ) 98 Water Kingler (#099)
Kingler Kingurā (キングラー) 99 Water Does not evolve
Voltorb Biriridama (ビリリダマ) 100 Electric Electrode (#101)
Electrode Marumain (マルマイン) 101 Electric Does not evolve
Exeggcute Tamatama (タマタマ) 102 Grass Psychic Exeggutor (#103)
Exeggutor Nasshī (ナッシー) 103 Grass Psychic Does not evolve A coconut tree-like Pokémon and the favorite Pokémon of Tsunekazu Ishihara, president and CEO of The Pokémon Company, having used it throughout the debugging phase of Pokémon Red and Green.
Cubone Karakara (カラカラ) 104 Ground Marowak (#105) The stains on its skull are caused by the tears it sheds knowing it will never see it's mother again
Marowak Garagara (ガラガラ) 105 Ground Does not evolve
Hitmonlee Sawamurā (サワムラー) 106 Fighting Does not evolve
Hitmonchan Ebiwarā (エビワラー) 107 Fighting Does not evolve
Lickitung Beroringa (ベロリンガ) 108 Normal Lickilicky (#463)
Koffing Dogāsu (ドガース) 109 Poison Weezing (#110)
Weezing Matadogasu (マタドガス) 110 Poison Does not evolve Belonged to James of Team Rocket in the Kanto and Johto series of the Pokémon anime, and for a small portion of the Advanced Generation series.
Rhyhorn Saihōn (サイホーン) 111 Ground Rock Rhydon (#112)
Rhydon Saidon (サイドン) 112 Ground Rock Rhyperior (#464) Rhydon was the first Pokémon created by Game Freak.[35]
Chansey Rakkī (ラッキー) 113 Normal Blissey (#242)
Tangela Monjara (モンジャラ) 114 Grass Tangrowth (#465)
Kangaskhan Garūra (ガルーラ) 115 Normal Mega Evolution
Horsea Tattsū (タッツー) 116 Water Seadra (#117) Horsea and Seadra are based on seahorses.[36]
Seadra Shīdora (シードラ) 117 Water Kingdra (#230)
Goldeen Tosakinto (トサキント) 118 Water Seaking (#119) Goldeen and Seaking are based on goldfish.[36]
Seaking Azumaō (アズマオウ) 119 Water Does not evolve
Staryu Hitodeman (ヒトデマン) 120 Water Starmie (#121)
Starmie Sutāmī (スターミー) 121 Water Psychic Does not evolve
Mr. Mime Bariyādo (バリヤード) 122 Psychic Fairy[nb 5] Does not evolve[nb 6]
Scyther Sutoraiku (ストライク) 123 Bug Flying Scizor (#212) IGN and GamesRadar have praised Scythers "cool" design.[37][38][39]
Jynx Rūjura (ルージュラ) 124 Ice Psychic Does not evolve Jynx has spawned controversy due to aspects of its design being similar to blackface, leading Game Freak to change the color of its skin from black to purple.[40][41][42][43][44] When Pokémon Yellow was re-released on the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console, the in-game sprite of Jynx was edited to reflect this change.[44]
Electabuzz Erebū (エレブー) 125 Electric Electivire (#466)
Magmar Būbā (ブーバー) 126 Fire Magmortar (#467) While Magmar was voted the eighth best fire-type Pokémon by the Official Nintendo Magazine readers,[45] GamesRadar has criticized its design multiple times, noting that its forehead resembles a butt.[46][47]
Pinsir Kairosu (カイロス) 127 Bug Mega Evolution
Tauros Kentarosu (ケンタロス) 128 Normal Does not evolve It is voiced by Toshiyuki Morikawa in Pokémon X and Y - present.
Magikarp Koikingu (コイキング) 129 Water Gyarados (#130) Magikarp holds the distinction of being mostly useless in the games, until it evolves into the superior Gyarados. Magikarp is based on the common carp.[36]
Gyarados Gyaradosu (ギャラドス) 130 Water Flying Mega Evolution
Lapras Rapurasu (ラプラス) 131 Water Ice Does not evolve Has a very gentle nature.Was hunted before it became illegal
Ditto Metamon (メタモン) 132 Normal Does not evolve The favorite Pokémon of Hideo Kojima,[48] Ditto is capable of transforming into any Pokémon it comes across.
Eevee Ībui (イーブイ) 133 Normal Multiple[nb 7] Eevee is often considered among the "cutest" Pokémon in the franchise.[49][50][51][52] Because of this, Eevee is featured on various Pokémon-related merchandise.[53][54][55]
Vaporeon Shawāzu (シャワーズ) 134 Water Does not evolve If it goes in water, it will seem to melt in water.
Jolteon Sandāsu (サンダース) 135 Electric Does not evolve Jolteon and Zapdos's romanized Japanese names are almost exactly the same as each other's, with a final s being the only difference.
Flareon Būsutā (ブースター) 136 Fire Does not evolve Flareon shares its category name with Charmeleon, Charizard, Moltres, and Infernape. They are all known as the Flame Pokémon
Porygon Porigon (ポリゴン) 137 Normal Porygon2 (#233) Porygon has become notorious for being featured in an episode of the anime that caused widespread epileptic seizures in Japanese viewers.[56] It has the ability to go into cyberspace at will.
Omanyte Omunaito (オムナイト) 138 Rock Water Omastar (#139)
Omastar Omusutā (オムスター) 139 Rock Water Does not evolve
Kabuto Kabuto (カブト) 140 Rock Water Kabutops (#141)
Kabutops Kabutopusu (カブトプス) 141 Rock Water Does not evolve
Aerodactyl Putera (プテラ) 142 Rock Flying Mega Evolution
Snorlax Kabigon (カビゴン) 143 Normal Does not evolve It is carefree about everything and it will allow children to play on its vast belly while it sleeps all day.
Articuno Furīzā (フリーザー) 144 Ice Flying Does not evolve
Zapdos Sandā (サンダー) 145 Electric Flying Does not evolve Design inspired by the Indigenous North American myth of the thunderbird.[17]
Moltres Faiyā (ファイヤー) 146 Fire Flying Does not evolve Design inspired by the firebird of Slavic folklore.[17]
Dratini Miniryū (ミニリュウ) 147 Dragon Dragonair (#148)
Dragonair Hakuryū (ハクリュー) 148 Dragon Dragonite (#149)
Dragonite Kairyū (カイリュー) 149 Dragon Flying Does not evolve
Mewtwo Myūtsū (ミュウツー) 150 Psychic Mega Evolution One of the playable characters in Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Mew Myū (ミュウ) 151 Psychic Does not evolve Only available through Nintendo events. Originally it was a glitch, but then it got recognized and got made into a Pokémon.
MissingNo. Ketsuban (けつばん) None[nb 8] Bird[nb 9] Normal Does not evolve An error handler species, "Missing Number" was created to handle attempts at accessing nonexistent Pokémon species.[57][58] It is regarded as one of the most famous and popular glitches in video game history.[59] When Game Freak merged Generation II Pokemon into the Red and Blue games, they decided to pull them out to put into the Gold and Silver games later. This created Missingno., the bird type that was scrapped, and the other glitches in the original games.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Details on Pokémon names, National Pokédex numbers, types, and evolutions are obtained from The Pokémon Company International's online Pokédex.[2]
  2. ^ a b c d Prior to X and Y, Clefairy, Clefable, Jigglypuff, and Wigglytuff were pure Normal-types.
  3. ^ a b Prior to Gold and Silver, Magnemite and Magneton were pure Electric-types.
  4. ^ Only Galarian Farfetch'd (introduced in Pokémon Sword and Shield) are capable of evolving into Sirfetch'd.
  5. ^ Prior to X and Y, Mr. Mime was a pure Psychic-type.
  6. ^ Only Galarian Mr. Mime (introduced in Pokémon Sword and Shield) are capable of evolving into Mr. Rime.
  7. ^ Eevee is capable of evolving into Vaporeon (#134), Jolteon (#135), Flareon (#136), Espeon (#196), Umbreon (#197), Leafeon (#470), Glaceon (#471), or Sylveon (#700).
  8. ^ MissingNo. is programmed with the Kanto Pokédex number "000"; however, it does not exist in the National Pokédex
  9. ^ Bird-type was a scrapped typing for Generations I and II; however, coding for it remains within the games. MissingNo. dons the type in Red, Blue, and Green versions; however, it is replaced by a randomly generated glitch type in Yellow.

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