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Pokemon GO: All Region-Exclusive Pokemon & Where to Catch Them

Check out the full list of every region-exclusive Pokemon in Pokemon GO and where in the world you can catch them!

Pokemon GO players want to catch ’em all but it’s much easier said than done. In fact, you aren’t even able to complete your Pokedex without traveling across the world!

This is because Pokemon GO has some region-exclusive Pokemon that only spawn in particular locations around the world. Even some classic ‘Mon like Mr. Mime and Farfetch’d can only be found in specific regions.

Therefore, it’s no surprise that Pokemon GO players want Niantic to remove region-exclusive Pokemon!

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However, as these Pokemon can still only be found in the right places, you’ll need to know which ones they are and where to catch them.

Luckily, we’ve got a list for you that includes every region-exclusive Pokemon and where in the world they spawn.

Also Read: Top 10 Rarest Pokemon in Pokemon GO

Every Region-Specific Pokemon in Pokemon GO & Their Exclusive Locations

Here are all of the region-exclusive Pokemon in Pokemon GO (as well as the regional variants) and where you can find them!

  • #83 – Farfetch’d – Eastern Asia
  • #115 – Kangaskahn – Australia
  • #122 – Mr. Mime – Europe
  • #128 – Tauros – North America
  • #214 – Heracross – Mexico, Central America, South America, and sometimes Southern Texas and Florida.
  • #222 – Corsola – Tropical regions on the coasts of Central and South America, Africa, South Asia, and Northern Australia.
  • #313 – Volbeat – Europe, Asia, and Australia
  • #314 – Illumise – The Americas and Africa
  • #324 – Torkoal – South Asia
  • #335 – Zangoose – Europe, Asia, and Australia
  • #336 – Seviper – The Americas and Africa
  • #337 – Lunatone – Eastern Hemisphere
  • #338 – Solrock – Western Hemisphere
  • #357 – Tropius – Africa, Eastern Mediterranean, Southern Spain, and Malta
  • #369 – Relicanth – New Zealand and Fiji
  • #417 – Pachirisu – North Arctic (Russia and Canada)
  • #422 – Shellos
    • Pink – Western Hemisphere
    • Blue – Eastern Hemisphere
  • #439 – Mime Jr. – Only hatched from eggs obtained in Europe
  • #441 – Chatot – Southern Hemisphere
  • #455 – Carnivine – Southeast USA
  • #480 – Uxie – Asia Pacific Region
  • #481 – Mesprit – Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and India
  • #482 – Azelf – The Americas and Greenland (Usually in Legendary Raids but also an ultra-rare spawn)
  • #511 – Pansage – Asia-Pacific Region
  • #513 – Pansear – Middle East, Africa, and India
  • #515 – Panpour – The Americas and Greenland
  • #538 – Throh – The Americas and Africa
  • #539 – Sawk – Europe, Asia, and Australia
  • #550 – Basculin
    • Red-striped – Eastern Hemisphere
    • Blue-striped – Western Hemisphere.
  • #556 – Maractus – Southern USA, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, and South America
  • #561 – Sigilyph – Egypt and Greece
  • #626 – Bouffalant – New York and the surrounding areas
  • #631 – Heatmor – Europe, Asia, and Australia
  • #632 – Durant – The Americans and Africa
  • #669 – Flabebe
    • Blue – Asia Pacific
    • Red – Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and India
    • Yellow – the Americas and Greenland
  • #707 – Klefki – France
  • #741 – Oricorio
    • Balie Style – Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and India
    • Pom-Pom Style – The Americas and Greenland
    • Pa’u Style – African, Asian, Pacific, and Caribbean Islands
    • Sensu Style – Asia-Pacific Region
  • #764 – Comfey – Hawaii

Also Read: Massive Pokemon GO Datamine Leaks Over 50 Upcoming Pokemon

And those are all of the region-exclusive Pokemon in Pokemon GO as well as where they spawn. Good luck completing your Pokedex!

What’s more, one of the rarest Pokemon in the game will become much easier to add to your collection. Check out the new Rotom form coming to Pokemon GO soon.

Additionally, there’s a new Mega Evolution arriving in Pokemon GO in the near future. Out of all of the Mega Pokemon in Pokemon GO, this one should be one of the coolest.

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