Fossil Pokémon

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Fossil Pokémon are Pokémon which can be obtained from specific fossils.

All of these Pokémon are of dual Rock-Type, except for Cranidos. They all evolve at Level 40 with the exception of Cranidos and Shieldon, which evolve at Level 30, then Archen and Tirtouga, which evolve at Level 37, and Aerodactyl, who does not evolve at all. In Generation IV, addtional Fossils can be also found in the Underground or Ruins of Alph. In Generation V, additional Fossils can be also found in Twist Mountain or Antique Shops in Join Avenue. In Generation VI, additional Fossils can be also found in Glittering Cave.

Generation I Fossil Pokémon

These Pokémon can be obtained in Pokémon Red and Blue, Pokémon Yellow, and in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen by handing their fossil over to the weird scientist at the Lab on Cinnabar Island.

Kabuto and Kabutops

Kabuto is a shellfish Water and Rock-Type Pokémon revived from a Dome Fossil. It evolves into Kabutops. It is possibly based on a Trilobite.

Omanyte and Omastar

Omanyte is a spiral Water and Rock-Type Pokémon revived from a Helix Fossil. It evolves into Omastar. Omanyte's name and design come from the Precambrian organism, ammonites.

Aerodactyl

Aerodactyl is a fossil Flying and Rock-Type Pokémon revived from Old Amber. Aerodactyl is the only Fossil Pokémon that doesn't evolve. Its name and design the prehistoric animal, Pterodactyls. Aerodactyl is the only Flying/Rock Type Pokémon until Generation V. In the game and manga it is revived in Cinnabar Island

Generation III Fossil Pokémon

These Fossils can be found in the desert area east of Lavaridge Town in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. They are in the Crumbling Tower which requires a Mach Bike to get to the top. They can be brought back to life by a Devon worker in Rustboro City. You can get the fossil you did not choose after beating the Elite 4 and going to the fossil maniac's house.

Anorith and Armaldo

Anorith is based on the prehistoric creature Anomalocaris. It is a Bug and Rock-Type Pokémon revived from a Claw Fossil. It evolves into Armaldo.

Lileep and Cradily

Lileep is a sea lily Grass and Rock-Type Pokémon revived from a Root Fossil. It evolves into Cradily.

Generation IV Fossil Pokémon

You can bring these Pokémon back to life at the Oreburgh Museum.

Cranidos and Rampardos

Cranidos is a head butt Rock-Type Pokémon revived from a Skull Fossil. It evolves into Rampardos. Its fossil can only be obtained in Pokémon Diamond or in Pokémon Platinum if the last digit of your trainer ID is an odd number. It is the only Fossil Pokémon who only has one type. It is based on the dinosaur Pachycephalosaurus.

Shieldon and Bastiodon

Shieldon is a shield Steel and Rock-Type Pokémon revived from an Armor Fossil. It evolves into Bastiodon. Its fossil can only be obtained in Pokémon Pearl, Pokémon Platinum, and Pokemon Black & White if the last digit of your trainer ID is an even number. It is based on a ceratopsian dinosaur, like Triceratops.

Generation V Fossil Pokémon

These fossil are found inside the Relic Castle the player can bring these Pokémon back to life at the Nacrene Museum.

Tirtouga and Carracosta

Tirtouga is based on an Archelon. It is a Water/Rock-type Pokémon revived from a Cover Fossil. Carracosta is the evolved form of Tirtouga. It is a Water/Rock-type Pokémon.

Archen and Archeops

Archen is based on an Archaeopteryx. It is a Rock/Flying-type Pokémon revived from a Plume Fossil. Archeops is the evolved form of Archen. It is a Rock/Flying-type Pokémon.

Generation VI Fossil Pokémon

These fossil are found inside the Glittering Cave the player can bring these Pokémon back to life at the Fossil Lab.

Tyrunt and Tyrantrum

Tyrunt is based on an Tyrannosaurus. It is a Rock/Dragon-type Pokémon revived from a Jaw Fossil. Tyrantrum is the evolved form of Tyrunt. It is a Rock/Dragon-type Pokémon.

Amaura and Aurorus

Amaura is based on an Amargasaurus. It is a Rock/Ice-type Pokémon revived from a Saw Fossil. Aurorus is the evolved form of Amaura. It is a Rock/Ice-type Pokémon.