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Why do wild Pokemon's levels vary most in water?

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In Firered I was in Berry Forest. I was looking for a golduck for the pokedex. I found a psyduck level 9, and then I found one level 35. That made me wonder why Pokemons levels vary in the water

asked Jun 24, 2014 by Mega Dragoon
edited Jun 24, 2014 by Le Scraf

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Again, only Game Freak can answer this but:
The ocean is an "open" area, which means weak level 9 Pokemon (lets call them sardines) and strong level 35 Pokemon (lets call them sharks) can roam around at the same places, just like in real life.

answered Jun 24, 2014 by Sir Terlor
selected Jun 24, 2014 by Mega Dragoon
I liek that example, thanks!