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What Will Come Out Of Your Egg In Pokemon Go.

There are 3 types of eggs, 10km, 5km, and 2km.

Hatching an egg will also earn a lot of XP  and lots of Pokemon Candies

Pokemon  Highest Expected CP 
Clefairy 1200
Bulbasaur 1071
Squirtle 1008
Charmander 955
Jigglypuff 917
Pikachu 887
Geodude 849
Spearow 686
Pidgey 679
Zubat 642
Rattata 581
Weedle 449
Caterpie 443


Pokemon Highest Expected CP 
Kangaskhan 2043
Tauros 1845
Tangela 1740
Porygon 1692
Lickitung 1627
Ponyta 1513
Mr. Mime 1494
Growlithe 1335
Grimer 1284
Farfetch'd 1269
Slowpoke 1219
Rhyhorn 1182
Koffing 1152
Oddish 1148
Bellsprout 1117
Psyduck 1110
Seel 1107
Exeggcute 1100
Machop 1090
Drowzee 1075
Venonat 1029
Cubone 1007
Goldeen 965
Staryu 938
Paras 917
Tentacool 905
Magnemite 891
Mankey 879
Nidoran(f) 876
Doduo 855
Nidoran(m) 843
Voltorb 840
Vulpix 831
Ekans 824
Shellder 823
Gastly 804
Sandshrew 799
Poliwag 796
Horsea 795
Krabby 792
Meowth 756
Abra 600
Pokemon Expected Highest CP
Snorlax 3113
Lapras 2981
Magmar 2265
Aerodactyl 2165
Pinsir 2122
Electabuzz 2119
Scyther 2074
Jynx 1717
Hitmonchan 1516
Hitmonlee 1492
Omanyte 1119
Kabuto 1104
Eevee 1077
Dratini 983
Onix 857
Chansey 675


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