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blurb=The Water-type Field Research is live starting today, Friday, June 1st. This research will include Pokémon such as Seel, Kingler, and Horsea. Collecting enough stamps in this Field Research allows players an opportunity to catch the Legendary Pokémon Articuno. }}
 
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June Field Research

New Field Research highlighting Water-type Pokémon is available starting today, June 1st. This will include a set of new tasks centering around Pokémon such as Seel, Kingdra, and Horsea. If enough stamps are collected by the player during this event, they will be given the opportunity to catch the Legendary Pokémon Articuno.