Walking around and catching Pokémon is the name of the game in Pokémon Go. You need to explore your local area to visit Pokéstops, fight off Team Rocket members, and capture new creatures to add to your collection. All of that walking adds up, and while you’re walking, there are Pokémon eggs resting in incubators in your inventory that hatch after reaching a certain distance. You can receive a variety of different Pokémon from these eggs.
You can earn two-kilometer, five-kilometer, and 10-kilometer eggs by spinning Pokéstops that you find wandering around the city. All you have to do is spin the discs, and there’s a chance for these to drop. Seven-kilometer and 12-kilometer eggs work differently, though. The seven-kilometer eggs are ones you receive inside of gifts from your friends. The 12-kilometer ones are the red eggs, also known as strange eggs, that you can receive after defeating a Team Rocket leader.
Pokémon in two-kilometer eggs
These are all of the Pokémon you can hatch from two-kilometer eggs.
Pokémon in five-kilometer eggs
These are all of the Pokémon you can hatch from five-kilometer eggs.
- Mime Jr.
Pokémon in seven-kilometer eggs
These are the Pokémon you can hatch inside of seven-kilometer eggs, but these regularly change and depending on the large events in Pokémon Go. None of them are region-locked.
- Alolan Diglett
- Alolan Geodude
- Alolan Grimer
- Alolan Meowth
- Alolan Sandshrew
- Alolan Vulpix
- Galarian Darumaka
- Galarian Ferfetch’d
- Galarian Mewowth
- Galarian Stunfisk
- Galarian Zigzagoon
Pokémon in 10-kilometer eggs
These are the Pokémon you can hatch using 10-kilometer eggs.
Pokémon in 12-kilometer (red) eggs
These are all of the Pokémon you can hatch from the 12-kilometer eggs. These eggs are the ones you can only receive by defeating one of the three Team Rocket leaders. They’re also called red, or stranger, eggs.