If you've been an avid Pokemon Go fan since the game launched back in July, you've probably read about nests. A nest is a set location on the planet where a certain type of Pokemon (as well as its evolutions) spawns.
For example, if you see multiple Bulbasaurs spawn in the same area over the course of a few minutes, you've likely stumbled upon a Bulbasaur nest. (Lucky you!)
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As of the most recent update, Niantic has changed the way nests work to allow evolved Pokemon to spawn at nests, so there's a chance you'll see an Ivysaur or even a Venasaur at that Bulbasaur nest.
Pokémon GO has updated its spawning nests once again, but this time instead of rotating them, they've made them completely random.
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