Pokemon Go Theory: Where to Find Ditto?

"Pokémon GO" players have been finding all sorts of pocket monsters all over the world, including the rare Dragon-type Pokémon. However, six of these Pokémon have yet to be found, and they are Mew, Mewtwo, Ditto and the legendary birds Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres.

The fact that these six have been very elusive to players have only made "Pokémon GO" fans more determined to catch them, but is there a way to get these Pokémon into a player's Pokédex?

Ditto, the Pokémon who has impersonation abilities, is rumored to be out in the wild and might be impersonating other pocket monsters. It was speculated that the Pokémon's true identity will be revealed at an event in the future.

How and Where to Find Ditto

Clue 1: 
Ditto in the game Pokemon Snap is disguised as a Bulbasaur. The Pester Ball is used against the Bulbasaur to have Ditto return to its original form.

Clue 2:
In Pokemon GO Kanto series, Ditto makes it's first appearance in the episode "Ditto's Mysterious Mansion " as a Pikachu. Ditto is unable to fully transform in the beginning and is noticeable due to its face. We have two Pikachu and both sound the same if you have tried any of these experiments do let us know.

PokeDex Description
One of the Reddit users also explored the Pokedex description for Ditto where it says - Ditto rearranges its cell structure to transform itself into other shapes. 
Going near the water or grassy areas can improve the chances of catching rare pocket monsters. Places of interest or famous landmarks will also be good locations to visit as Dragon-type Pokémon such as Dratini, Dragonair and Dragonite tend to appear at these places. Psychic Pokémon like Abra, Drowzee and Alakazam can be found in and around hospitals. Steel Pokémon can usually be found where steel is most common, including inside or around large building structures.
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