In Pokémon GO there are regional (or exclusive) pokémons that can only be found in specific regions of the world. These geographical boundaries are as varied as possible, and can be entire hemispheres, continents, countries or even specific regions within a country, as you will see in the list below. Check out the updated list of all regional Pokémon GO Pokémon below!

1st generation regional Pokémon

Pokémon Type Where to find
Farfetch'd Normal and Flying Japan
Tauros Normal North America
Mr. Mime Psychic and Fairy Europe
Kangaskhan Normal Australia

2nd Generation Regional Pokémon

Pokémon Type Where to find
Heracross Fighter and Insect Central America and South America
Corsola Stone and Water In countries close to the Equator

Regional Generation 3 Pokémon

Pokémon Type Where to find
Zangoose Normal Europe, Asia and Australia (alternates locations with Seviper)
Seviper Poisonous North America, South America and Africa (alternates locations with Zangoose)
Solrock Psychic and Stone North America, South America and Africa (alternates locations with Lunatone)
Lunatone Psychic and Stone Europe, Asia and Australia (alternates locations with Lunatone)
Torkoal Fire India and South Asia
Relicanth Stone and Water New Zealand and surroundings
Illumise Bug North America, South America and Africa (alternate locations with Volbeat)
Volbeat Bug Europe, Asia and Australia (alternates locations with Illumise)
Tropius Plant and Flying Africa

4th Generation Regional Pokémon

Pokémon Type Where to find
Azelf Psychic North America, South America and Greenland
Mesprit Psychic Europe, Middle East, Africa and India
Uxie Psychic Asia near the Pacific Ocean
Carnivine Plant Southeast United States
Chatot Normal and Flying South hemisphere
Shellos Water Blue version: east of the Greenwich meridian Pink version: West Greenwich meridian
Pachirisu Electric Alaska, Canada and Russia
Pamper me. Jr Psychic and Fairy Europe

5th Generation regional Pokémon

Pokémon Type Where to find
Pansage Plant Asia, near the Pacific Ocean
Pansear Fire Europe, Middle East, Africa and India
Panpour Water Americas and Greenland
Heatmor Fire West Greenwich Meridian
Durant Insect and Steel East Greenwich Meridian
Throh Fighter North America, South America and Africa
Sawk Fighter Europe, Asia and Australia
Maractus Plant Southern USA, Mexico, Central America, Caribbean and South America
Sigilyph Psychic and Flying Greece and Egypt
Red Basculin Water Eastern Hemisphere
Blue Basculin Water Western Hemisphere

Is it possible to obtain regional pokémons through exchange?

Yes. If you wanted to exchange them with a friend, the prices will be as follows:
  • Good friend : 20,000 Star Poerias
  • Great Friend : 16,000 Star Dust
  • Ultra friend : 1600 Stardust
  • Best Friend : 800 Stardust
Apart from being limited to specific areas, regional pokémons (or exclusive pokémons) work in the same way as any other, and can be captured and attracted with the same items.

Which regional pokémons can be found in Brazil?

All of whose regions include Brazil, that is:
  • Heracross
  • Corsola (only near the Equator)
  • Chatot
  • Azelf (extremely rare)
  • Pink Shellos
  • Panpour (rare)
  • Throh
  • Maractus
  • Blue Basculin
It is also possible to find in Brazil pokémons that alternate between places like Zangoose and Seviper, Solrock and Lunatone and Illumise and Volbeat. Remember that these Pokémon always exclude the other, that is, if Zangoose is available, Seviper will not be, and vice versa.

Are there specific coordinates for finding these Pokémon?

No. As a rule, the Pokémon listed above can be found anywhere in the regions mentioned. So, if you want to capture a Heracross, for example, you can do it anywhere in Central America or South America. In the case of water pokémons, like any other, they usually appear near aquatic regions, such as lakes, rivers and oceans. However, it is possible to find exact coordinates shared on Pokémon GO forums and pages by players who have encountered the Pokémon above, but obviously the information will only be useful if you are in the same region or intend to use an application to change your location . Click here for more Pokémon GO tips and tutorials!

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