How To Find Pokémon On Google Maps

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Today as part of an April Fool's prank, Google updated Google Maps for iOS and Android to include Pokémon. Let's try to find all of them!

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There are at least 150 Pokémon currently floating around on Google Maps. All you have to do is zoom in, tap on them and select "catch". Here are just a few I found. If you find one, take a screen cap or mention exactly where they are in the comments.

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Munchlax at the Empire State Building, New York City

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Rotom at Rockefeller Center, New York City

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Helioptile is at the Eiffel Tower, Paris

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Salamance is hanging on 16th Street and 8th Ave in New York City

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Pikachu is over at Tokyo Tower, Tokyo

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Tyranitar is at Pompeii, Italy

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Totodile is in the Hoover Dam

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Kirlia at Area 51, Nevada

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Pumpkaboo is at Red Square, Moscow

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Audino is near Charing Cross Road, London

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Dragonite is at the Pokémon Company, Seattle

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Staraptor is perched on the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

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Togepi and Dragonite (again) at Sagrada Familia, Barcelona

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Stunfisk at Angkor Wat, Cambodia

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Meganium at the White House

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Luxray and two others at Googleplex in Mountain View, California

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And of course, Snorlax is napping at The Vatican

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Those are just a few of many Pokémon that are on Google Maps today. Together we can find them all. Search Google Maps, find them, and post your findings in the comments below.

To contact the author of this post, write to chrisperson@kotaku.com or find him on Twitter at @papapishu.

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DISCUSSION

Hate to break it to you Chris, but the locations are different for everyone! I'm from the Bay Area and I found Snorlax camping out in the middle of one of our main freeways! That fat bastard always blocking main roads