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A Safari Zone (Japanese: サファリゾーン Safari Zone ) is a special Pokémon preserve where Trainers can enter and participate in the Safari Game (Japanese: サファリゲーム Safari Game ) to catch rare wild Pokémon .

Safari Zones can be found in the following regions :

  • The Safari Zone in Kanto , located north of Fuchsia City .
  • The Safari Zone in Johto , located north of Route 48 beyond the Safari Zone Gate in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver .
  • The Safari Zone in Hoenn , located north of Route 121 .
  • The Great Marsh in Sinnoh , located north of Pastoria City .
  • 1.1 Differences between games
  • 1.2 Similar examples
  • 3 In other languages

In the games

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The mechanics of the Safari Zones are similar to each other. Most have a $ 500 entry fee, a step limit, a series of distinct areas with different wild Pokémon in each, and 30 Safari Balls , with which players may catch the Pokémon they come upon. The most important of their specific mechanics, however, is that Trainers do not initiate Pokémon battles with the wild Pokémon, but instead must catch them without battling them. The wild Pokémon within Safari Zones are capable of fleeing at any given time.

Differences between games

  • The Johto Safari Zone has no step limit.
  • In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire , the Hoenn Safari Zone does not use typical Safari Zone mechanics, instead functioning like normal routes .
  • Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! effectively do not have a Safari Zone; the area that used to be the Safari Zone is replaced with GO Park , while the zoo area in front is referred to as the "Safari Zone" instead.

Similar examples

  • Johto 's National Park is somewhat similar to a Safari Zone, being a nature preserve for Pokémon and having a thrice-weekly Bug-Catching Contest which shares several aspects with a Safari Game.
  • Kalos 's Friend Safari area, located in Kiloude City , also bears some similarities with Safari Zones, differing in the available wild Pokémon (which are dependent on the Nintendo 3DS Friend Codes of other players) as well as allowing Poké Balls of any variety as opposed to solely Safari Balls.
  • The Pal Park in all Generation IV games bears some superficial similarities to a Safari Zone, being a special area where only a specific type of Poké Ball can be used, featuring possible Pokémon species that otherwise cannot be found, and where the player cannot battle the Pokémon found there. Additionally, in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver , the Pal Park is placed in Fuchsia City where it replaces the Safari Zone.
  • In Hisui , the Safari Zone was not yet established, but the main gameplay of Pokémon Legends: Arceus is similar to the Safari Zone.

Unova , Alola , Galar , Paldea , and Kitakami have neither a Safari Zone nor anything similar to or resembling a Safari Zone.

  • In the Generation II games, there is some data for a beta Safari Zone in Fuchsia City , but it was ultimately unused.

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A Traveler's Guide to the World of Pokémon/Safari Zone

The Safari Zone is an area of the Pokémon video game series. As its name suggests, the player, upon entering, may capture Pokémon in an environment resembling a safari . Although many Pokémon residing in the Safari Zone can be caught elsewhere, some, such as Scyther and Pinsir , are exclusive to this area only.

It also includes 1, 10, or 30 Safari Balls possible. If you pay the fee of 500 Poké-dollars you get 30 Safari Balls. If you have less than that you will get 10 Safari Balls. If you don't have any money you get 1 Safari Ball.

Unlike most areas containing wild Pokémon, the Safari Zone places several restrictions on the player.

  • A fee of 500 Pokémon dollars is required to enter.
  • A "time limit" of 500 steps (600 in Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen )
  • The player is only allowed to use the 30 provided Safari Balls to capture Pokémon. In addition, owned Pokémon are not allowed to participate in confrontations, and the player must rely on a limited amount of commands, such as baiting and throwing rocks, to interact.
  • 1 Red/Blue/Yellow
  • 2 Gold/Silver/Crystal
  • 3.1 Emerald
  • 4 Diamond and Pearl
  • 5 External links

Red/Blue/Yellow

The Safari Zone in the Red, Blue, and Yellow versions of Pokémon is located in the northern part of Fuchsia City . It contains four areas, each containing different species of Pokémon.

When encountering a wild Pokémon, a Pokémon from the player's party is not sent out. Instead, the player has the option to run away, offer bait, throw rocks, or attempt to capture the Pokémon by using a Safari Ball. Offering bait will make the Pokémon less likely to run away, but decrease the chance of catching it by making the ball miss more often. Throwing rocks will hurt the Pokémon, making it easier to catch but increasing the chance of it running away.

It is also the vital piece of the puzzle of Glitch City . Also there was a way to steal safari balls and using them for own use.

Gold/Silver/Crystal

In the Gold, Silver , and Crystal versions of the game, the Safari Zone is absent. The entrance still remains at its usual location in the north of Fuchsia City, but the player is unable to enter it. A " beta " version of a Safari Zone map is included in the programming of the game, leading to the speculation that it might have been removed due to the discovery of so many glitches in the R/B/Y versions. However, it is also likely it was simply scrapped due to time restraints. The unfinished Safari Zone may still be accessed through GameShark or another cheating device. [1]

Ruby/Sapphire

In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire , the Safari Zone made a reappearance. It is located about halfway through Route 121, and while it is similar to the R/B/Y Safari Zone, it introduces several new key differences. Only 500 steps and 30 Safari Balls are permitted, as in the old version, and the player is still restricted to engaging the Pokémon themselves by luring, distracting, capturing, or running away. However, instead of using unlimited "baiting," the player must now use a Pokéblock chosen from their own inventory. Instead of throwing rocks, the player is given the choice to "get closer".

Other changes include the addition of Pokéblock feeders, on which you can place a Pokéblock and wait for Pokémon to appear, rather than look for them. Also, some areas are inaccessible unless the player has a particular bike. The Mach Bike is needed to reach the Northwest corner of the map, while the Northeast corner of the map requires you to have the Acro Bike. Each area contains a different set of Pokémon.

Finally, the player cannot save while inside the Safari Zone. However, quitting at any time is available by choosing the "RETIRE" option on the Start menu or talking to the man by the exit.

The player can still use Pokémon abilities, such as Surf and Rock Smash, inside the Safari Zone, along with the new move, "Sweet Scent," which can be used to draw wild Pokémon without walking. Also, fishing or turning in circles without moving will not count against your time quota.

The Safari Zone is also present in Pokémon Emerald, and is the same as Ruby and Sapphire's; however, it now has a new section to the right of the entrance that will open after defeating the Elite Four. This new area has a north and a south section, each filled with Pokémon from the Johto region (this is the only place in the game in which some Pokémon can be caught without trading).

Diamond and Pearl

Renamed Great Marsh (though the in-game map still refers to it as the Safari Zone), and located near Pastoria City . The player can travel by train to access each area of the Great Marsh, although some areas are interconnected without train. There are six areas in the Great Marsh most of which are covered with mud. You will get stuck in the mud and to get out, simply move the character around. The ability to "move closer" has changed to "throw mud", which functions much like the "throw rocks" of the earlier games, and "throw bait" also returns from the older games, while bait feeders were removed.

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  • Stone Badge
  • Littleroot Town
  • Littleroot Town (2ª visita)
  • Route 101 (2ª visita)
  • Oldale Town
  • Route 103 (lado oeste)
  • Littleroot Town (3ª visita)
  • Oldale Town (2ª visita)
  • Petalburg City
  • Route 104 (lado sul)
  • Petalburg Woods
  • Route 104 (lado norte)
  • Rustboro City
  • Rustboro Gym
  • Knuckle Badge
  • Rustboro City (continuação)
  • Rusturf Tunnel (lado oeste)
  • Rustboro City (2ª visita)
  • Explorando com Cut
  • Route 104 (2ª visita)
  • Dewford Town
  • Dewford Gym
  • Dynamo Badge
  • Granite Cave
  • Dewford Town (2ª visita)
  • Rustboro City (3ª visita)
  • Slateport City
  • Slateport Market
  • Oceanic Museum
  • Trick House
  • Route 103 (lado leste)
  • Route 110 (2ª visita)
  • Mauville City
  • Mauville Game Corner
  • Route 118 (lado oeste)
  • Seaside Cycling Road
  • Mauville Gym
  • Granite Cave (2ª visita)
  • Trick House (2ª visita)
  • Verdanturf Town
  • Rusturf Tunnel (lado leste)
  • Route 111 (lado sul)
  • Route 112 (lado sul)
  • Route 112 (lado norte)
  • Route 111 (lado norte)
  • Fallarbow Town
  • Meteor Falls
  • Mt. Chimmey
  • Jagged Pass
  • Lavaridge Town
  • Mt. Chimmey (2ª visita)
  • Lavaridge Gym
  • Balance Badge
  • Fiery Path (2ª visita)
  • Route 111 (deserto)
  • Trick House (3ª visita)
  • Rustboro City (4ª visita)
  • Petalburg City (2ª visita)
  • Petalburg Gym
  • Feather Badge
  • Petalburg City (continuação)
  • Route 115 (2ª visita)
  • Route 114 (2ª visita)
  • Route 106 (2ª visita)
  • Dewford Town (3ª visita)
  • Abandoned Ship
  • Route 108 (continuação)
  • Route 109 (2ª visita)
  • Trick House (4ª visita)
  • Mauville City (2ª visita)
  • New Mauville
  • Route 118 (lado leste)
  • Route 123 (lado oeste)
  • Weather Institute
  • Route 119 (continuação)
  • Fortree City
  • Route 120 (lado norte)
  • Fortree Gym
  • Trick House (5ª visita)
  • Route 120 (lado sul)
  • Route 123 (lado leste)
  • Slateport City (2ª visita)
  • Lilycove City
  • Lilycove Department Store
  • Team Magma/Aqua Hideout
  • Mosdeep City
  • Mosdeep Gym
  • Trick House (6ª visita)
  • Abandoned Ship (Dive)
  • Route 124 (Dive)
  • Seafloor Cavern
  • Sootopolis City
  • Cave of Origin
  • Sootopolis City (continuação)
  • Sootopolis Gym
  • Pokémon League
  • Trick House (7ª visita)
  • Route 114 (Waterfall)
  • Meteor Falls (Waterfall)
  • Route 119 (Waterfall)
  • Pacifidlog Town
  • Routes 132, 133 e 134
  • Ever Grande City (lado sul)
  • Victory Road
  • Ever Grande City (lado norte)
  • Littleroot Town (pós)
  • Pokémon Andarilhos
  • Trick House (pós)
  • Battle Tower
  • Mosdeep City (pós)
  • Sealed Chamber
  • Desert Ruins
  • Island Cave
  • Ancient Tomb
  • Pokémon Contests
  • TIme Maguix

Aqui dentro do prédio você tem um PC para acessar o seu Box. Para entrar na Safari Zone você precisa pagar $500. Você receberá 30 Safari Balls . Assim que entrar você poderá procurar Pokémon até acabar todas as suas Safari Balls ou até dar 500 passos, você pode sair antes disso se quiser.

Existem 4 áreas na Safari Zone e em cada área há um Pokéblock Feeder . Uma caixa cinza onde você pode colocar Pokéblocks para atrair determinados tipos de Pokémon. Você pode ler sobre como fazer Pokéblocks na seção de concursos.

Você começa na Área 1 . Siga para o norte e você verá uma "ponte" branca bem fina, se estava prestando atenção, você já percebeu que já passou por outras dessa na Route 119. Suba na sua Acro Bike e siga por esta ponte, pressione B+↑ para pular para a parte de cima. Assim que cruzar a "ponte" prossiga para o norte para acessar a Área 4 . No canto noroeste desta área você encontra um Calcium .

Volte para o início e siga para oeste para acessar a Área 2 . No canto esquerdo da Área você encontrará um lago, cruze-o para pegar um Max Revive . Agora você precisará voltar para Mauville para trocar sua bicicleta pela Mach Bike. Volte até esse ponto da Área 2 e siga para o norte, você verá um barranco, suba-o com a bicicleta para acessar a Área 3 . Há um lago no canto nordeste desta área, cruze-o para pegar a TM22 (Solarbeam) .

Além dos Pokémon só capturáveis aqui, não há mais nada para se fazer neste local. Saia e siga para onde você viu os Grunts indo. Você irá se deparar com um lago, use Surf e siga para o sul para acessar a Route 122 .

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One of the great features of Pokemon R/B/Y, was definitely the Safari Zone. Unfortunately, this feature was unavailable in G/S/C, but in R/S a whole new Safari Zone is open on Route 121, just west of Lilycove City.

When you meet a Pokemon you can do 1 of 4 things:

If you choose any of the first 3 options, there is a chance that the wild Pokemon will run away. It doesn't flee, then you have a chance to capture it. The Pokemon may be easier to capture if you are closer to it, or if it is feeding on a Pokéblock.

It is also possible to place Pokéblocks in special feeders, which spread around the Safari Zone. The Pokéblocks draw Pokemon which like the taste, meaning that it helps to lure Pokemon of a certain nature which you might want.

To fully explore the Safari Zone needs at least 2 different visits, as certain areas can only be reached on a certain bike. If you want to explore the North-West, then take the Mach Bike with you. If you want to explore the North-East, then you need the Acro Bike. You may also need HM03 (Surf) to help you venture around the Safari Zone, as some of the items found in the Safari Zone, can only be gotten by surfing across lakes. You can find a Calcium, a Max Revive and TM22 (Solarbeam), all hidden in there.

The Safari Zone is home to many rare Pokemon, which aren't found anywhere else in Hoenn. These are the full lists:

Pokemon Appearances

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Continue east from Fortree City and use the Devon Scope on the path leading down to the water. The item is a Nest Ball, and if you Surf across the lake into the cave (Scorched Slab), you can pick up TM11 - Sunny Day. North of that path, there's two Cut bushes that will lead you to a hidden Rare Candy. To continue, just follow the path all the way down - it should start raining some where along here too. Make your way through the maze of long grass - there'll be some hidden Kecleon along the way so just use the Devon Scope to identify them. There's a Nugget and a Hyper Potion on the way. You'll eventually reach the end of the rain storm around a wooden bridge. If you head west from the bridge and up to the ledge, you'll spot a ninja by some tall grass. Traverse through that grass and you'll reach another suspicious-looking set of rocks, like the ones you saw at the Route 111 Desert. This is to do with the Regi Quest .

In any case, once you can't head further south, start heading east and you'll come across some Team Aqua/Magma members who will announce that they're moving to Mt Pyre. A bit further east and you'll see the Safari Zone entrance. While it isn't necessary to visit the Safari Zone to continue with the storyline, there are some good Pokemon inside that you might want to catch - for more information, click here . You'll also see a jetty leading to Mt Pyre, but you'll be returning here soon. Head to Lilycove City to the east, picking up a Carbos and a hidden Nugget (lower left corner of the area after the Cut bush) along the way.

Lilycove City is much like Goldenrod from GSC or Celadon from RBY. There's a MegaMart here with a range of items, decorations and utilities for you and your Pokemon. There's a Museum where you can put a picture of your Pokemon should it win a contest. You can also visit the Move Deleter to remove unwanted HM moves as such. There's a harbour where the SS Tidal will take you to Slateport City, but only after you have beaten the Elite Four. Lilycove City is where the Master Rank Contests are held, so check that out too.

If you approach the MegaMart you'll see your neighbour blocking the entrance, and the only way to get them out of the way is to beat them in a battle. There's a Max Repel at the southeastern end of town, by the strange white structure. You can get a berry from the Gentleman walking around in the northeast corner of town, and TM44 - Rest from the house off the ledge to him. If you head down to the beach and inspect the lone rocks, you can also grab a Heart Scale. You'll see that the western sea exit is blocked, and that inside the cave, the Aqua/Magma Grunts won't let you pass, so the only other thing to do is to head back to the jetty near the Safari Zone and surf south.

You'll want to explore the building before going outside to the sacred shrine. Talk to the old lady in the back corner of the room to get a Cleanse Tag, then head up the stairs at the back of the building.

On the second floor, there's an Ultra Ball, third is a Super Repel and finally at the top, there's TM30 - Shadow Ball. You'll be able to reach those blocked-off areas of the buildings now, by going through the holes in the ground. There's the Lax Incense and Sea Incense on the way down. Once you're at the base level, where you first entered, take the exit to the left and you'll find yourself on Mt Pyre's misty slopes.

Make your way up to the top. Grab TM48 - Skill Swap and a Max Potion along the way, and inspect golden tombstones for hidden items like Max Ethers and Ultra Balls. When you reach the next area, make the Aqua/Magma Grunt walk as far as possible so that you can gain access to the path behind him - there's a Zinc there. You'll reach the top, only to find Archie/Maxie has sucessfully obtained a magic orb! You'll receive the other corresponding orb (Blue Orb in Sapphire, Red Orb in Ruby). Head back to the entrance, and surf south.

Cut through the bush a bit to the south and east to get a Rare Candy. The girl by the berry plants will give you TM19 - Giga Drain. Inspect lone rocks and clear patches of grass - you can obtain a Hyper Potion and Super Repel that way. There's also an Elixir and a Calcium. You'll eventually reach the Berry Master's House again, and since there's nothing else to do, head to Slateport City.

When you exit the cave, you'll find that the Wailmer blocking the sea exit to the east have gone, so you may now continue in that direction to Mossdeep City. You'll see a house on an island along the way, this is the Hunter's House. If you have coloured shards, you can trade them for evolution stones - Green Shards give you Leaf Stones, Red Shards for Fire, Blue Shards for Water and Yellow Shards for Thunder. If you head southeast from there, you'll reach Mossdeep City. There's a small island cave to the north of Mossdeep City, Shoal Cave , and you can go there now if you want.

Take a look around the city - in the house to the left of the PokeCenter, a boy will tell you were your Secret Base is. In the house behind it, Steven will give you HM08 - Dive, and in the house to the right, the man will tell you the PokeBlock colour preference of your Pokemon. The boy walking around town will give you a King's Rock, and there's a Net Ball in the south eastern corner of the island, and north of that, the fisherman inside the house will give you a Super Rod. Check out the large tower, it's the Mossdeep Space Center - you can get a Sun Stone from one of the people inside. When you're done with the town, head to the gym.

The gym is filled with conveyor belts and switches. You'll have to navigate through the mazes, flicking switches where appropriate to gain access to Tate and Liza.

If you're having trouble with getting through Mossdeep City Gym, use the map - follow the paths/switches in numerical order to reach the Gym Leaders.

When you defeat Tate and Liza, they'll give you the Mind Badge which raises the Special Attack and Special Defense of your Pokemon, and allows you to use HM08 - Dive outside of battle. You'll also receive TM04 - Calm Mind, which simultaneously raises your Special Attack and Special Defense.

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  • Mar 29, 2006

does anyone have a list of the pokemon that can be caught in the safari zone on ruby/sapphire? there is a list for emerald on the main page but not one for these two games. if someone does thanks.  

ellie

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Chaos Emerald said: From my guide: Doduo: Southeast, northwest, and southwest (some) Dodrio: Northwest (few) Girafarig: Southeast and southwest (some) Gloom: All areas (southeast and southwest=few, northeast and northwest=some) Goldeen (all rods): Northwest and southwest (some=old rod, many=good and super rod) Golduck: Northwest (It doesn't say so in here, but I think it's on the water.) (few, via surfing) Oddish: All areas (northeast and northwest=some, southeast and southwest=many) Phanpy: Northeast (some) Psyduck: Northwest and southwest in water (many) Rhyhorn: Northwest (some) Seaking: Northwest and southwest (Super rod) (some) If any are missing, blame my Nintendo guide. Click to expand...

frontier champion

And after the leuage there will be a new area in the safari zone that has a lot of jhoto pokemons.  

DarkSpectrum

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obada said: And after the leuage there will be a new area in the safari zone that has a lot of jhoto pokemons. Click to expand...

ChanseysCharizard

  • Apr 2, 2006

Here Is A List Of the Pokemon You Can See In Ruby/Sapphire: Oddish Gloom Girafarig Pikachu Natu Xatu Phanpy Heracross Duodo Dodrio Pinsir Rhyhorn Magikarp Goldeen Seaking Psyduck Wobbuffet i'm am 99.9% positive you will see all of these Pokemon In The Safari Zone!!!!!  

~Flareon~

I don't think in Ruby/Sapphire have Safari Zone. Only in Emerald after you defeated the Elite Four.  

Do not pass Go.

What the **** are you talking about, of course RS has the Safari Zone ._.  

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  1. Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire/Safari Zone

    The idea behind the Safari Zone is to catch rare kinds of Pokémon found nowhere else in Hoenn. You'll get 30 Safari Balls to play, and get teleported back to the Safari Zone entrance once all 30 are used or once you walk 500 steps (whichever comes first). The Safari Zone is unlike other Pokémon-catching situations: you don't actually battle ...

  2. Pokéarth

    The Safari Zone is located within Route 121 and contains a variety of Pokémon not typically found within the Hoenn region. It has four areas within it which require traversal using either the Mach Bike or Acro Bike, with some parts requiring both. Unlike previous Safari Zones, there are no time limits of capture limits within.

  3. Hoenn Safari Zone

    The Hoenn Safari Zone (Japanese: サファリゾーン Safari Zone) is a special Pokémon preserve where Trainers can enter to catch wild Pokémon.The entrance is on Hoenn's Route 121.. In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, this Safari Zone is only accessible to Trainers participating in the Safari Game.In a Safari Game, players may only use Safari Balls, and rather than weaken wild ...

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    The Safari Zone is located within Route 121 and contains a variety of Pokémon not typically found within the Hoenn region. Originally, it has four areas. The two bottom ones can be accessed at any time. The northwest one requires the Mach Bike while the northeast one requires the Acro Bike. In Emerald, two more areas open up after the National ...

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    In this post, you'll learn everything you need to know about the Safari Zone in Generation 3's Hoenn games, Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald. The entrance to the Safari Zone is located in Northeastern Hoenn, in Route 121. The easiest way to get there is by flying to Lilycove City and heading West. You'll find the main gate near the dock of ...

  7. Safari Zone

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  8. Safari Zone

    In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the Hoenn Safari Zone does not use typical Safari Zone mechanics, instead functioning like normal routes. Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! effectively do not have a Safari Zone; the area that used to be the Safari Zone is replaced with GO Park , while the zoo area in front is referred ...

  9. Safari Zone [Pokémon: Ruby & Sapphire]

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  10. A Traveler's Guide to the World of Pokémon/Safari Zone

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  12. Safari Zone

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  14. Safari Zone :: Ruby, Sapphire & Emerald The World :: PKMN.NET

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  15. Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire :: Full Walkthrough

    A bit further east and you'll see the Safari Zone entrance. While it isn't necessary to visit the Safari Zone to continue with the storyline, ... (Blue Orb in Sapphire, Red Orb in Ruby). Head back to the entrance, and surf south. Route 123 Wild Pokemon: Pokemon: Method: Rate: Tentacool: Surf: 60%: Wingull: Surf: 35%: Pelipper: Surf: 5%: Oddish ...

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  17. Safari Zone

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    Best answer. Yes, they do. What Bulbapedia says (I am supposing about the Pokemon Feeder): In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, there are Pokéblock feeders throughout the Safari Zone. If a Pokéblock is placed in a feeder, all wild Pokémon encountered in grass patches and water tiles up to five steps away from the feeder will have a ...

  19. What are all of the Pokemon you can find in the Safari Zone in Sapphire

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