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How does Kyurem fly?

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It can learn fly, but its wings are mismatched and frozen solid. this is probably a bad question, bt I'm just wondering.

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Kyurem is a gray and blue colored, bipedal Pokémon of indefinable but seemingly draconian basis. Kyurem has a unique blue head and snout and has yellow eyes without pupils, has a pair of pointed light bluish horns on its head and a yellow crest on its skull. Its face has a slight resemblance to Giratina right down to its jaws. Kyurem's neck is long and gray in color with lines running around its whole body, legs, arms and tail. Kyurem has two arms, each with its own claw and each arm is jointed together from its blue oddly shaped wings, believed to be used for flying as well as storing cold air. Each of its wings are oddly proportioned and have two spikes of ice each. Its legs are somewhat slender unlike Reshiram or Zekrom and its tail has three blue icicle-shaped spikes on its tip. Like its fellow members of the Tao Trio, its tail appears to be some sort of propulsion device; exactly what it's based on is unclear, though it may be a damaged turbine. The right side of its body seems to be damaged in some way, as the wing and horn on its head on that side are shorter. The right side of its head (visible in its Dream World art and Pokédex 3D) also has a spiked edge near its jaw hinge that is absent from its left.

So, yeah, Kyurem can fly, even though it has wierd wings. Pokemon doesn't really go far into physics.
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maybe it uses it's head as a big hand xD
If that was in the anime, I would almost cry with laughter
Wooper can learn Ice Punch without arms and Zubat can learn Mean Look without eyes. And those wierd dragons...Vibrava is a dragon but not Charizard 0_o And Shelgon is but not Gyarados 0_e And Altaria is but not Aerodactyl -_-
if you look at kyrum black or white yu will see that hte areas are filled in with truth or ideals using the respective pokemon
Seems that Gamefreak Logic isn't logical at all...