Why do some Tumblestone ore veins shake?


I can see a tumblestone ore vein shaking on the side of a mountain. What does it mean when this happens?

Why do some Tumblestone ore veins shake
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bandersnatch -

If you see tumblestone or any other ore veins shaking like they are popping out of the ground, it means that there is pokemon hiding under it. When you break the vein, you will typically find a Geodude pops out and this begins a battle. It is the same process with trees that you see shaking. It means there is a Pokemon here and it will start a battle if you interact with it.

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