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Physically, Kyogre is orca-like, with large fins that resemble wings and a stylized bird-like tail instead of typical flukes (traditionally Kyogre is blue, but its shiny form is pink). Like the orca, Kyogre has rows of sharp conical teeth.

As with most legendary Pokémon it is genderless. Kyogre represents the primal force of the oceans; as such, it has the power to bring forth storms, constant rain and massive floods.

It is part of the creation myth of the Pokémon world. According to legend, a titanic battle between it and Groudon created the oceans and the land, and the two were sealed beneath their respective elements.

Kyogre and Groudon have a relationship similar to the Leviathan and Behemoth in Jewish mythology. In Jewish mythology, Leviathan is the primal unstoppable monster of the oceans, just as Behemoth is the primal unconquerable monster of the land.

Rayquaza is also based on Ziz, another creature of Jewish mythology, as according to one Jewish myth the meat of the three creatures is to be served at the banquet at the End Times.

Their appearances, however, are quite different from the traditional depictions of the creatures from Jewish myth: Kyogre is a stylized whale, while the Leviathan is traditionally depicted as a giant sea serpent.

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