Shiny Clamperl, Shiny Huntail and Shiny Gorebyss can now be found and caught in Pokémon GO for the first time

Niantic has kicked off the second Limited Research event for Pokémon GO players across the globe. It features the Water-type Pokémon Clamperl and its evolutions – Huntail and Gorebyss – as the main highlights. Read on below for more details:

Event Date + Time

  • Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and India: Feb. 23, 2019, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. UTC (GMT +0)
  • The Americas and Greenland: Feb. 23, 2019, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. PST (GMT −8)
  • Asia-Pacific: Feb. 24, 2019, from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. JST (GMT +9)

Features

  • Spin the Photo Disc at nearby PokéStops to obtain Field Research tasks that lead to encounters with Clamperl.
  • Receive 2× Catch Stardust for Water-type Pokémon during the three-hour window.
  • Water-type Pokémon will appear more frequently in the wild during the event.
  • Limited Research tasks will be available when you spin Photo Discs at PokéStops.
  • Completing the Limited Research tasks will award you encounters with Clamperl.
  • Clamperl has two potential Evolutions—Huntail and Gorebyss—but you won’t know which of the two Pokémon your Clamperl will become until its Evolution is complete.
  • While you’re completing research, keep an eye out for other Water-type Pokémon, such as Krabby and Wailmer.
  • There’s also a new Event Box now available in the in-game shop with 30 Ultra Balls, three Premium Raid Passes, two Egg Incubators and 15 Pinap Berries for 480 PokéCoins.
  • Shiny Clamperl, Shiny Huntail and Shiny Gorebyss have also made their Pokémon GO debuts.

Source: @PokemonGoApp

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