13 Pokemon found in Pokemon Go and their real life Pokemon Equivalent

People are starting to become more and more familiar with the various types of Pokemon in existence, and some people may even remember seeing real life creatures that are spitting images of some of the pocket monsters.

We’ve compiled a list of Pokemon and their real life equivalents for your viewing pleasure. It’s quite interesting to see where some inspirations behind the iconic characters actually come from.

Beedrill = Asian Giant Hornet

Beedrill

images via pokemonpets.com & animalsadda.com

 

Pidgey = Cedar Waxwing

Pidgey

images via pokemon.wiki.com & allaboutbirds.com

 

Victreebel = Pitcher Plant

Victreebel

images via pldh.net & asknature.org

 

Seaking = Calico Ryukin Goldfish

Seaking

images via pokemon.wikia.com & animal-world.com

 

Kakuna = Bee Pupa

Kakuna

images via inkomingvirus.deviantart.com & scottcamazine.com

 

Caterpie = Eastern Swallowtail Caterpillar

Caterpie

images via pokemon.wikia.com & bc-animals.tumblr.com

 

Magikarp – Yelloweye Rockfish

Magikarp

images via pokemon.wikia.com & kingsailfishmounts.com

 

Poliwag = Translucent Tadpole

Poliwag

images via pokemonpets.com & serebiiforums.com

 

Vileplum = Rafflesia Arnoldii

Vileplum

images via pokemon.wikia.com & parasiticplants.siu.edu/Rafflesiaceae

 

Charmander = Giant Chinese Salamander

Charmander

images via pokemon.wikia.com & geneticdisorders.info

 

Omanyte = Ammonite

Omanyte

images via dltk-kids.com & dkfindout.com

 

Metapod = Pieris Rapae Pupa

Metapod

images via pokemon.wikia.com & bugguide.net

 

Pikachu – Pika

Pikachu

images via pokemon.wikia.com & blogs.scientificamerican.com