How To Take A Snapshot of a Ground, Bug, Grass, or Flying Type In Pokemon GO
Pokemon GO is celebrating the brand new Pokemon The Movie: Secrets of the Jungle movie release next week with a new event and Special Research that tasks you with getting wild snapshots of Ground, Bug, Grass, and Flying type Pokemon.
The Search For Zarude Special Research is available starting with this event and it has five steps of tasks for you to complete.
Four of the five steps require you to get snapshots of a certain type of Pokemon, so knowing how to do so is going to be very important. In this case, you will have to take a snapshot of a Ground, Bug, Grass, and Flying type in Pokemon GO.
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Taking Snapshots In General
Snapshots have become a more common thing in Pokemon GO as of recent, with many different events tasking you with taking snapshots of Pokemon, particular in the wild.
To take a snapshot in Pokemon GO, there are two methods to do so. To take a snapshot of a Pokemon that you already have caught prior and have in your storage, you can just open up their page and click the camera icon at the top right of the screen.
This will bring up another screen with your Pokemon, where you just need to press the camera icon again to take the picture.
As for taking snapshots of wild Pokemon, you first need to find a Pokemon in the wild. Once you are on the screen where you can capture then, hit the camera icon in the top center to bring up the camera icon at the bottom center of the screen.
All you have to do here is hit the camera icon again to take the picture, which you may want to do a few times to make sure that it went through.
How To Take A Snapshot of A Ground, Bug, Grass, or Flying Type In Pokemon GO
While the above are the general instructions for how to take a snapshot of a Pokemon, knowing which Pokemon to look for during the Secrets of the Jungle event.
For Ground Pokemon, you will be finding wild spawns of Diglett, Drilbur, or Larvitar more often during the event. Larvitar and Flygon will also be found in one and three star raids respectively as well.
When looking for a Bug type during the event, you’ll find Caterpie and Combee spawning more often. For raids, you can find Pinsir in three star raids and even Genesect in five star raids.
For Grass Pokemon, you’ll find Oddish and Cottonee more often in the wild. In raids, Foongus will be in one star raids and Ludicolo will be in three star raids.
Lastly, finding Flying Pokemon will have you looking for Hoothoot or Pidove in the wild, while Rufflet will be in one star raids.
There will be other Pokemon spawning in the wild during this time, but these are the ones you’re going to be finding more often to help you take a snapshot of a Ground, Bug, Grass, and Flying type in Pokemon Go for the Search for Zarude Special Research.