Any trainers who play Pokémon Go know that they need to travel the world if they want to complete their in-game Pokédex.
There are several Pokémon in Pokémon Go that can only be captured in certain countries or continents.
As of Feb. 10, there are 15 region-exclusive Pokémon in Pokémon Go. To help you on your quest to complete your Pokédex, here are all of the region-exclusive Pokémon and where you can find them.
Generation one region-exclusive Pokémon
This Normal and Flying-type Pokémon can only be caught in Asia.
Kangaskhan, a Normal-type Pokémon, is currently exclusive to the Oceania region.
This Psychic and Fairy-type Pokémon is only available in Europe.
Tauros, a Normal-type Pokémon, can only be caught in North America.
Generation two region-exclusive Pokémon
Heracross, a Bug and Fighting-type Pokémon, is currently exclusive to Central America and South America. This Pokémon can also be found in some southern parts of Florida.
This Water and Rock-type Pokémon can be caught in Central America and South America. More specifically, Corsola can be found between the coordinates 31°N and 26°S, which includes parts of Florida, Texas, and Australia.
Generation three region-exclusive Pokémon
This Normal-type Pokémon can be caught in North America, South America, and Africa.
Seviper, a Poison-type Pokémon, is exclusive to Europe, Asia, and the Oceania region.
Trainers will only find this Water and Rock-type Pokémon in New Zealand.
This region-exclusive Pokémon rotates its location based on time.
Just like Lunatone, Solrock rotates its location based on time.
This Bug-type Pokémon is exclusive to Europe, Asia, and the Oceania regions.
You can only catch this Bug-type Pokémon in North America, South America, and Africa.
This Grass and Flying-type Pokémon is only available in Africa and the surrounding areas.
We will update this article whenever new region-exclusive Pokémon are added to the game.
Update Feb. 10 8:50am CT: Plusle and Minun are no longer region-exclusive Pokémon. They've been replaced on this list by Volbeat, Illumise, and Tropius.