Pokémon Go is a free-to-play location-based, augmented reality game developed and published by Niantic for iOS and Android devices. It was initially released in selected countries in July 2016.

Here are the 10 Rarest Pokémon in Pokémon Go:

1. Mew, Mewtwo, Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Ditto

These "legendaries" (except Ditto) are, according to Ali, yet to be found by any user on Pokémon Go, but could be coming soon.

2. Tauros, Farfetchd, Kangaskhan, Mr. Mime

These are the region-specific Pokémon. Tauros can only be found in the wild in North America, Kangaskhan in Australia and the Pacific Islands, Mr. Mime in Europe, and Farfetchd in Asia. They can be hatched from 5km eggs, but with so many Pokémon in the 5km category, it will take some work.

3. Venusaur, Blastoise, Charizard

It's kind of cheating with three ranking third, but it actually makes sense to lump these next three groups together rather than randomly sorting the Pokémon in those groups into arbitrary rankings.

4. Porygon

Porygon is not the most exciting on the list, but it's not easy to find one.

5. Alakazam

It's hard to even find an Abra in the wild to start the three-stage evolution toward having an Alakazam on your roster.

6. Dragonite

Part of a three-stage evolution starting with Dratini, Dragonite takes a while to evolve and, as is the case on this list, is hard to find out in the streets.

7. Chansey

It's not a particularly strong Pokémon, but a Chansey is able to withstand a crazy number of hits because of its top-level stamina. If you didn't know that, check out The Silph Road's stats page. It's a great resource.

8. Gyarados

Gyarados requires 400 Magikarp candies to evolve, so you'll have plenty of opportunities to save up your best CP Magikarp for the evolution, ensuring that your Gyarados is truly a boss.

9. Lapras

Here's another that can be hatched from a 10km egg, but is a little harder to find in the wild. If you do find one, good for you. It's a nice one to take down the street to the gym.

10. Snorlax

It can be hatched through a 10km egg, which isn't the easiest way to get a Pokémon, but if it was easy it wouldn't be on this list. Maybe take up walking dogs at your local shelter to help you get there.
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