Fragrant blossoms bloom
As bandits prowl, out of sight
A sudden resounding boom
This is not the mountain's roar
Do not be mistaken
What seemed like rocks are rocks no more
And as soon as they awaken
The monster shows its actual form
Both prey and earth are shaken
These juvenile Gravios are famous for their roch-hard carapaces. They often burrow underground, mimicking rocks and savaging oblivious miners. Because their carapaces are tougher than that of a full-grown Gravious, they'll attack a threat by charging it it. They are also known to emit a poisonous gas.
Its thick, hardened shell is impervious to most attack, making it tricky to approach, but if you can break its abdominal plating, you should be able to rip off its shell and deal some heavy hits. Attacks that produce heat will soften up the hide and make the job easier.