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Air Force C-17 airdrops Pokemon characters in video spoof

August 11, 2016 (Photo Credit: YouTube)


Sure, you can catch Pokemon all across the globe with the 'Pokemon Go' mobile game. But did you ever wonder how the Pokemon get there in the first place?

Someone's put together a YouTube video to show the answer: hundreds of the magical creatures getting loaded onto C-17s and airdropped to their destination below.

YouTube user 'Nixolas' posted the video. Airman Magazine, the official magazine of the U.S. Air Force, reported that the creator's name is Nicholas King.

Websites Venngage, a multi-media infographic producer, and Pollfish, a polling company, surveyed 2,000 Pokemon Go players and found that 68 percent said they see themselves still playing the game a month from now.

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