Today is Valentines Day! We couldn't think of any better way to show our love for you than to give you a snapshot full of new things. You look tired. When's the last time you got a decent night's rest? Bad things happen to those who don't sleep
New breeding mechanic/New baby animals – Minecraft Feedback
The ocean of the overworld is a dark and ominous place of mystery, just waiting to be explored in the upcoming Update Aquatic. The dolphin was the obvious choice! Since its announcement at Minecon Earth last year, he and the Java team have been hard at work to design the dolphin as not just a unique animal in Minecraft, but also act as something of a guide to welcome players to a brand new world beneath the surface. Social creatures of habit, dolphins can be found swimming together through the ocean in large groups. As they spot the player, they will try to interact with them, showing them just how highly intelligent and curious they are. Above all else — they are extremely playful! Forget about terrifying monsters or lurking horrors.
The animals in Minecraft are referred to as Passive Mobs. All living creatures in Minecraft are called Mobs and they are either passive, neutral or hostile. In this Instructable, I'm going to talk about the passive and the neutral mobs that don't usually cause you harm.
From x7. Horses are Passive Mobs added in Update 0. Horses and Donkeys only spawn in Plains and Savanna Biomes in herds of Mules spawn when a Horse is bred with a Donkey. Skeleton Horses can only spawn as a part of a Skeleton Trap.