Giant Squirrel In Africa Resembles Pikachu; Scientists Question Existence Of Pokémon

KENYA – A creature that resembles a Pickachu captured in Kenya has scientists questioning the existence of Pokémon. Locals who caught the creature claim it shocked them and screamed “Pickachuuuu” before unleashing a bolt of lighting.

“It has weird electric power,” says Montassar Hssine, one of the villagers who assisted in the capture of the mysterious creature. It was sending out jolts of electricity locals say a drug addict who always wears a red cap and tosses balls at stray dogs was seriously injured.

Scientists quickly took the creature in to study it. Scientists of Kenya are puzzled and described it as a giant yellow squirrel with ears of a rabbit and lightning bolt-shaped tail. Nearly identical to the fictional Pokémon known as Pikachu.

The discovery of the creature has raised many new questions. Where did it come from and could there be similar creatures like this one yet to be found? The unidentified creature will be continued to be studied further at the Masinde Muliro University of Science.


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