Pokemon GO Guide: How To Catch Girafarig

Pokemon GO players are still trying to locate every Gen 2 Pokemon in the game. Some have noted that Girafarig is rare and they cannot find it anywhere. However, there is still hope. Here are some tips on how to catch the giraffe-looking monster.

How To Catch Girafarig In Pokemon GO?

Niantic is not giving ultra-rare Gen 2 Pokemon easily to the Pokemon GO players. Although, the players are not willing to give up. If they want to catch at least one Girafarig, they need to have the Silph Road's atlas. After accessing the map, they must click the Species tab found at the top of the page.

According to Heavy, on the tab, players can search for Girafarig because the map will tell them where is its nest. Now, all they have to do is to go to the area where the map indicates where it will be because the Pokemon is there waiting for them.

Once they have the egg of Girafarig, they need to walk for five kilometers to hatch it. Since the recent migration is just finished, there are chances that more rare Pokemon will appear in different PokeStops in Pokemon GO.

Pokemon Based On Their Rarity

The players know that Gen 2 Pokemon in Pokemon GO are not all common and not all are rare. As per WWG, the eggs are categorized as common, uncommon, rare and ultra-rare. It means that there are chances that players can get the common and uncommon first.

The common Pokemon such as Geodude, Dratini, Meowth and Staryu's hatch rates are eight out of 315. The uncommon monsters such as Bulbasaur, Charmander and Slowpoke are four out of 315. The rare creatures like Seel, Onix and Chansee are two out of 315 chances.

For the ultra-rare types Pokemon such as Girafarig, Omanyte and Skarmory, the hatch rates are one out of 315. So, there are chances that players can encounter more of Gen 1 Pokemon than Gen 2 monsters in Pokemon GO. They should try their very best to locate the latter because Niantic has not released many of them.

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