In Minecraft, frogs are passive mobs found in some specific biomes throughout the game. These cute and playful creatures are not just there to beautify their habitats, they also offer several interactions with you.
Since frogs cannot be tamed, you can breed them to create more tiny yet cute tadpoles. That said, here’s how to breed frogs in Minecraft.
Preparation To Breed Frogs
Before jumping into the breeding of Frogs in Minecraft, there are a few steps you need to do first.
1. Locate the Frog’s Biome and Its Variation
There are three frog variants, which can be differentiated by their color. The color of the frogs is determined by the biomes where they grew up. For example, Temperate Frogs can be found in taiga or dark forest biomes, while Warm Frogs live in the jungle, and warm Ocean biomes and Cold Frogs live in groves or snowy beaches.
Generally, frogs can be found in the swamp and mangrove swamp biomes. They often gather in groups of two or five and will only harm you if you attack them first.
2. Prepare the Frog Food
Frogs love Slimeball – a common item dropped from Slime. You can loot up to 5 Slimeballs from Slime with the Looting enchantment.
When the baby Panda sneezes, there’s a 0.0014% chance it will drop a Slimeball. That’s relatively low, so we suggest finding other ways.
In addition, you can convert the Slime Block into 9 Slimeballs. The other way to obtain Slimeball is to trade 4 emeralds with the Wandering Traders.
Minecraft Frog Breeding Guide
Since frogs love Slimeballs, they will automatically detect and follow anyone who has Slimeballs within six blocks of them. So make sure you have Slimeball in your hand.
You can lure frogs to your home as long as you guarantee the six-block distance. But ensure your house is next to a water source, such as a swamp or pond, since frogs need these places to hatch.
If you feed both frogs with Slimeball, they will enter “Love Mode” and start hopping toward each other. Hearts appearing on their heads are a sign of successful feeding
After falling in love, the pregnant frog searches for the water block to lay Frogspawn. Frogspawn can hatch in five to ten minutes, then spawn two to five Tadpoles.
It’s worth noting that you can feed the Tadpoles with the Slimeball to help them grow faster, as a Slimeball can reduce the duration by 10%.
Tadpoles will die quickly if they’re on land. They are also afraid of their prey – Axolotls. So keep your eye on them and ensure there is no danger nearby.
In Minecraft, Tadpoles are treated as a different mob apart from Frogs. They also follow you if you have Slimeball, just like their mature form.
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