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Larvitar is a little Pokemon! It feeds on soil! That is reasonable. It evolves after eating a Mountain! Wait, What? Larvitar's size is not bigger than Everest, the world's tallest mountain. What does it mean? Does it eat an entire mountain, or does it eat the size of a mountain in soil?

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Pokemon likes to exaggerate. I mean, look at Magcargo's description!

MAGCARGO’s body temperature is approximately 18,000 degrees F.

that is literally hotter than the surface of the sun. The sun.
That means that if you would go anywhere near Magcargo you would instantly evaporate, not to mention have it as your pet.

that is just one example out of many, hope I helped!

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Thanks, but that doesn't answer my question. is it the Size mountain or mountain mountain?
It probably means eating one rock of a mountain at a time.
This doesn't seem like it's possible for a pokemon to do:
Rarely seen in the wild. Huge and vicious, it is capable of destroying entire cities in a rage.
Is that really possible? Only anything stronger than a tornado could do that. Sure, gyrados can use the move Twister, but how could a pokemon survive a TORNADO? In fact, on pokemon heartgold, my vaporeon was taking the move TWISTER like a T-REX!!! Come on!!! How can gyrados be that strong  when it is just as powerful as a KINGDRA using twister? Pokemon's twisters are NOT as strong as a tornado. Maybe there is a move better than twister? There sure is!!! It is NOT a dragon move, like twister is, but it is a GREAT special attacking move. See  http://pokemondb.net/move/hurricane for more information on this wonderful move.
i...i think the move Hurricane would make a better comparison, just saying.