How To Breed Frogs in Minecraft

Frogs are just one of the new creatures or mobs introduced to Minecraft in The Wild update, and like other passive mobs such as cows and sheep, they can be bred by players but using a rather unusual item. The Wild update has brought new content to Minecraft including new biomes, blocks, and items, but players particularly interested in decorating their builds might find that breeding frogs can help them gain a set of rare decorative blocks. While some players are undoubtedly still disappointed by promised features being cut from Minecraft’s 1.19 update, there are plenty of new places to explore and things to do.

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Mobs have been present in the world of Minecraft since the game’s earliest days and fall into four broad categories: passive, neutral, hostile, and boss mobs. Most mobs in Minecraft drop items when killed or defeated, and players can breed passive mobs such as sheep as a reliable source of certain items and materials such as wool. Learning how to collect resources from mobs is key for players in Minecraft’s Survival mode.

Frogs are a new addition to the mobs already populating Minecraft’s lush ecosystems, with Minecraft’s developers scrapping firefly mobs from The Wild update in order to make sure frogs were included. Once players have updated Minecraft, they will find that frogs begin to spawn in small groups in the game’s swamp and mangrove swamp biomes. Three variants of frog can spawn orange frogs in temperate biomes, green frogs in cold biomes, and white frogs in warm biomes. Regardless of color, frogs behave in the same way, using their tongues to pull any small slimes or magma cubes into their mouths to eat. As passive mobs, frogs are harmless to the player and can be bred for different purposes.

Breeding Frogs in Minecraft

Players looking to take a break from exploring the depths of Minecraft’s new Ancient City biome can breed frogs by feeding two frogs a slime ball, obtained from killing slimes. Slimes can also spawn in swamp biomes, making it easier for players to find some nearby. Once two frogs are fed a slime ball, one of the frogs can become pregnant and will lay frogspawn in the nearest water source block with at least one block of air above it. Tadpoles will hatch from frogspawn and grow into frogs, growing even faster if fed with slime balls. Players with pet axolotls should be careful as axolotls will actively hunt nearby tadpoles, but will not harm frogs.

Unlike most other mobs, frogs in Minecraft don’t drop any items when killed, other than a small number of experience points. Minecraft’s tamable mobs have plenty of utility compared to frogs, as wolves will aid the player in combat and cats can scare off creepers. However, players can take advantage of behavior unique to frogs: when consuming small magma cubes, frogs drop rare froglight blocks. Froglight emits light at level 15, putting it on par with the best light sources in Minecraft such as lanterns and lamps. Light is important as most hostile Minecraft mobs will only spawn in low light. Aside from using froglight to light up areas, more aesthetically-minded players might also like using it as a decorative block for their builds.

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Frogs are just one of the new creatures or mobs introduced to Minecraft in The Wild update, and like other passive mobs such as cows and sheep, they can be bred by players but using a rather unusual item. The Wild update has brought new content to Minecraft including new biomes, blocks, and items, but players particularly interested in decorating their builds might find that breeding frogs can help them gain a set of rare decorative blocks. While some players are undoubtedly still disappointed by promised features being cut from Minecraft’s 1.19 update, there are plenty of new places to explore and things to do.
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Mobs have been present in the world of Minecraft since the game’s earliest days and fall into four broad categories: passive, neutral, hostile, and boss mobs. Most mobs in Minecraft drop items when killed or defeated, and players can breed passive mobs such as sheep as a reliable source of certain items and materials such as wool. Learning how to collect resources from mobs is key for players in Minecraft’s Survival mode.
Frogs are a new addition to the mobs already populating Minecraft’s lush ecosystems, with Minecraft’s developers scrapping firefly mobs from The Wild update in order to make sure frogs were included. Once players have updated Minecraft, they will find that frogs begin to spawn in small groups in the game’s swamp and mangrove swamp biomes. Three variants of frog can spawn orange frogs in temperate biomes, green frogs in cold biomes, and white frogs in warm biomes. Regardless of color, frogs behave in the same way, using their tongues to pull any small slimes or magma cubes into their mouths to eat. As passive mobs, frogs are harmless to the player and can be bred for different purposes.

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Breeding Frogs in Minecraft

Players looking to take a break from exploring the depths of Minecraft’s new Ancient City biome can breed frogs by feeding two frogs a slime ball, obtained from killing slimes. Slimes can also spawn in swamp biomes, making it easier for players to find some nearby. Once two frogs are fed a slime ball, one of the frogs can become pregnant and will lay frogspawn in the nearest water source block with at least one block of air above it. Tadpoles will hatch from frogspawn and grow into frogs, growing even faster if fed with slime balls. Players with pet axolotls should be careful as axolotls will actively hunt nearby tadpoles, but will not harm frogs.

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Unlike most other mobs, frogs in Minecraft don’t drop any items when killed, other than a small number of experience points. Minecraft’s tamable mobs have plenty of utility compared to frogs, as wolves will aid the player in combat and cats can scare off creepers. However, players can take advantage of behavior unique to frogs: when consuming small magma cubes, frogs drop rare froglight blocks. Froglight emits light at level 15, putting it on par with the best light sources in Minecraft such as lanterns and lamps. Light is important as most hostile Minecraft mobs will only spawn in low light. Aside from using froglight to light up areas, more aesthetically-minded players might also like using it as a decorative block for their builds.

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Minecraft is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, Android, and iOS.

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