It looks like a Sandshrew
@MrWonka, it's what sandshrew was based on
@Michael Fassbender, no god based pangolin on a sandshrew
@NunuGod, I want to say you're wrong but I don't know enough about pangolins to prove it
@NunuGod, Arceus, Our Lord and Savior
@MrWonka, infadel! Praise the helix!!!
That is an armored sloth good luck convincing me I'm wrong
@TrueJewBear, you're WRONG, SIR
@MrWonka, PROVE IT
@MrWonka, Lies and Slander, comrade
@TrueJewBear, as you can see, it is a sandshrew!
@TrueJewBear, they run pretty fast on their hind legs and tuck their arms under them, it looks goofy
@TrueJewBear, *ahem* LOUD NOISES! I think I made my point
@TrueJewBear, its back legs are nothing like sloth legs. How can it climb trees with those tree stumps?
@TrueJewBear, sloths don't have tails
*throws ultraball* What? I'm saving the masterball for Lugia!
@Honest Politician, well I'm saving mine for ho-oh
@Fat cow, Captain America: Lugia
Tony Stark: Ho-oh
@Honest Politician, that's teamwork though, they each got one version so they can fill the pokédex.
Sloths and armadillos have the same common ancestor so it probably is
Sorry, I prefer tediore shields for their quick recharge rate and low delay
Wait that thing exists
Throw a poke ball at it
This one's not even in my pokedex, i might need my great ball this time
I need to borrow your dog and some pokeballs
They eat ants
They're probably evolutionarily related very closely
@geneticdrift, they are, look at them fingerthangs
@CreamCornNooo, that's some damn good homologous traits right there I tell you what
@geneticdrift, they're closer to anteaters. They dig up entire ant colonies and eat the whole thing all at once.
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