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    People Can't Stop Watching Dragonite And Charizard Always Dance To The Beat

    So this is what a dragon dance looks like.

    Earlier this month, YouTube user Southern Lights uploaded an animation of Dragonite and Charizard dancing to Garnidelia's "Gokuraku Jodo".

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    The video was made with MikuMikuDance, a free program that allows users to create their own 3D animation.

    The animation spread across YouTube, where it was then picked up by multiple Pokémon fan accounts.

    People started putting different music to the animation, showing that, whatever the song, the two Pokémon would always dance in time to the beat.

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    Eventually, the challenge made its way to Twitter.

    so i put this video with this song and

    And still, no matter what song is looped on top of the video, it always works, whether it is CL.

    When Dragonite & Charizard got Lifted by @chaelinCL too

    Ariana Grande.

    Who made this, i just want to talk.

    Or Santana.

    The animation's popularity has even spawned similar Pokémon dance mashups.

    ポケモンGOIN’!!! コダック マシシ氏

    However, the creator of the original video doesn’t appear to be too pleased with the lack of credit he's getting.

    BuzzFeed News has reached out to user Southern Lights for comment.