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What If Cities Had Pokémon Mascots?

Every place has its official bird, official fruit, even official insects. Well, it's time they got their official Pokémon. Can't think of a Pokémon that represents your hometown? Check out what new evolutions are in store in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y, coming October 12 to 3DS.

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1. Cancun, Mexico - Ludicolo

Marcelo Goncalves
Flickr: savingfutures

Marcelo Goncalves

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2. Cairo, Egypt - Cofagrigus

Charlie Phillips
Flickr: savingfutures

Charlie Phillips

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3. Salt Lake City, Utah - Beedrill

Doug Kerr
Flickr: dougtone

Doug Kerr

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4. Seattle, Washington - Gloom

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Lloyd Morgan

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5. New Orleans, Louisiana - Haunter

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6. Sydney, Australia - Kangaskhan

Jimmy Harris
Flickr: jimmyharris

Jimmy Harris

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7. Kona, Hawaii - Magmar

Brian Snelson
Flickr: exfordy

Brian Snelson

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8. Pamplona, Spain - Tauros

Andrea Ciambra
Flickr: tchacky

Andrea Ciambra

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9. Hong Kong - Gyarados

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10. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Steelix

Jonny Goldstein
Flickr: jonnygoldstein

Jonny Goldstein

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11. Paris, France - Furfrou

agaw.dilim
Flickr: agawdilim

agaw.dilim

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12. Tokyo, Japan - Samurott

Sebastien Batardy
Flickr: 30339858@N03

Sebastien Batardy

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13. Nairobi, Kenya - Zebstrika

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14. Las Vegas, Nevada - Elektross

daveynin
Flickr: daveynin

daveynin

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15. London, England - Honchkrow

Tim Morris
Flickr: timmorris

Tim Morris

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16. Los Angeles, California - Koffing

TravelingOtter
Flickr: travelingotter

TravelingOtter

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