‘Pokemon GO’ Latest News & Update: Legendary Pokemon Mew, A Region Exclusive Pokemon? Find Out Where! [VIDEO]

By Luis Vincent Gochoco , Updated Aug 02, 2016 03:15 AM EDT

There are 151 Pokemons that should be made available to be captured in "Pokemon GO." Keyword there is, "should" as there are only 146 Pokemon that are spawned in the wild by Niantic for "Pokemon GO."

Regional exclusive Pokemons in "Pokemon GO."

There are also region exclusive Pokemons for several continents in the world. Farfetch'd can only be caught in Asia, Tauros can only be found in North America, Kangaskhan in Australia and Mr. Mime in Europe

Legendary Pokemons not made available yet in "Pokemon GO."

Aside from the regional exclusive Pokemons, these are the five legendary Pokemons who are reportedly not yet spawned in the game. There different proofs however that in "Pokemon GO's" data encryption, Moltres, Articuno, Zapdos, Mewtwo and Mew are all in the game.

One theory from Elite Daily might just break the belief that these rare legendary Pokemons are not yet in "Pokemon GP." What if these Pokemons are also region exclusive? Here is a theory of where we can find Mew.

In "Pokemon Red and Blue," once a player reached the Pokemon Mansion which is located in Cinnabar island, there's a certain journal or diary that reveals further details about a new Pokemon. That Pokemon described in the journal is Mew and it's also stated in the journal that Mew was discovered deep in the jungle.

In the journal, the new Pokemon was said to be located in Guyana, South America. With proofs of having regional Pokemons and with the games tendencies of placing Pokemons in specific habitats, like finding water type Pokemons near beaches or bodies of water, this theory does make sense, or does it?

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