Pokémon Go baby Pokémon list - how to get Bonsly, Munchlax, Chingling, Mantyke, Togepi, Azurill, Wynaut and more

Catching methods and details for all available baby Pokémon.

Pokémon Go has a number of baby Pokémon you can only get through hatching Eggs - Togepi, Pichu Magby, Elekid, Igglybuff, Smoochum , Cleffa, Gen 3's Azurill and Wynautand Gen 4's Mantyke, Chingling and Munchlax.

Below, we'll explain how to get the new baby Pokémon and everything else you need to know about them.

How to get Baby Pokémon Togepi, Pichu, Magby, Elekid, Igglybuff, Smoochum, Cleffa, Azurill, Wynaut, Munchlax, Chingling, Mantyke, Happiny and Bonsly in Pokémon Go

What's unique about Baby Pokemon is you need to hatch them from Eggs - which means you're going to need to get walking.

The distances required to get each Pokémon chop and change based on the event in question. Our Egg chart page will give you the latest information for specific types of creatures, but in short, expect to find them in 2km and 5km Eggs, or if there's an event on, 7km Eggs. (To date, none have appeared in 10km Eggs, despite their rarity!).

Baby Pokémon list: Every Baby Pokémon currently available in Pokémon Go

Here's a complete list of Baby Pokémon available in the game so far:

PokédexBaby Pokémon
172 (Gen 2)Pichu
172
173 (Gen 2)Cleffa
173
174 (Gen 2)Igglybuff
174
175 (Gen 2)Togepi
175
236 (Gen 2)Tyrogue
236
238 (Gen 2)Smoochum
238
239 (Gen 2)Elekid
239
240 (Gen 2)Magby
240
298 (Gen 3)Azurill
298
360 (Gen 3)Wynaut
360
433 (Gen 4)Chingling
433
438 (Gen 4)Bonsly
438
440 (Gen 4)Happiny
440
446 (Gen 4)Munchlax
446
458 (Gen 4)Mantyke
458

A few new exciting additions are coming to the game - Armored Mewtwo, an on-going series of Pokémon Go Global Challenges, the tease of Shadow Pokémon and the Invasion of Team Go Rocket. In the meantime, we have a new Go Fest Global research task rewards and the Jump-Start Research quest and Field Research, which can help with some of the harder-to-find Gen 4 Pokémon. The release of Gen 5 Pokémon has also been hinted at! Elsewhere, you can read up on the latest the currently available Legendary Pokémon.


How to evolve Togepi and other information you should know about the new baby Pokémon

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Click to enlarge - you can see silhouettes for all of the baby Pokémon at the bottom of each screen.

There are a couple of other points these new additions have raised, that are well worth knowing:

  • The frequency of these baby Pokémon appearing in Eggs will change during special events. An example is the Valentine's Day event update, which increases the rate of Cleffa, Igglybuff and Smoochum.
  • All Baby Pokémon will have an evolution. Most of these can be caught in the wild, so if you want a complete living Pokédex, then try and catch them instead of evolving the Baby Pokémon.

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