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The video hits the web with more than 130,880 shares and over 7.4 million views as of 11 a.m. Monday, August 8. In effect, Jan's timeline has been flooded with funny and sarcastic comments since he posted it.
How to find, hunt, and catch rare Pokémon
The type of Pokémon that appear depend on the environment you're in. Parks are more likely to yield grass-type beasts, while going to the beach, or anywhere near water, should ensure you get a good helping of water types.
If you want to start finding the rarer ones, you'll have to up your player's level. We'll go into that more in a later section.
There are certain things you can do to draw Pokémon to you as well. If you find yourself in possession of Incense (see our Pokémon Go beginner's guide for more information), you can use it to attract creatures to your location for 30 minutes.
Alternatively, if you've got a Lure Module in your backpack, you can drop it at a Pokéstop to bring Pokémon to that location. Again, see the beginner's guide for an explanation of these terms.
Of course, looking for Pokèmon can be somewhat taxing on your phone's battery. If you're looking to keep your phone going long enough to ensure a decent hunting session, check out some of our favourite battery pack.
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