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When the weather grows cold, Skiploom’s flower closes and the Pokémon cannot photosynthesize, so it flies away to warmer regions.
Skiploom enthusiasts can apparently tell where a Skiploom was born by the scent drifting from the flower on the Pokémon’s head.
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