Next to their docile nature, the Funeral Mountain Terrashot only hurt other species and humans by accidentally squashing them in heavily populated meadows. Strangely, the Terrashot only feeds on small insects rather than being vegetarian in which Monstrologists have suspected. Though in some cases when insects are not available, they eat plants such as flowers or grasses. Once their meadows becomes too heavily populated, they have a strange, impulsive behavior to mate quickly then all the mature adults travel down the mountain in single file line to commit suicide in the Nevada desert by exploding, leaving large grave-shape holes in the sand. Some experts say they do this to bring down their population growth once their habitats over populates and something in their body (a type of chemical which is unknown by scientists/monstrologists) makes them explode after contact with sand. Whatever the reason, after the eggs hatch and their generation becomes too populated, the process happens over and over again.
The Funeral Mountain Terrashot, featured in this illustration above to show what they do during their strange migrating instinct, were discovered in the 19th century by lumberjacks and travellers.