In Minecraft, you may be wondering how to breed turtles. Everything you need to know can be found right here.

The Bedrock Edition of Minecraft added 3,000 new fish species, Drowned Zombies, Bubble Columns, and even Turtles, the latter of which is an incredibly unique addition. Why? Because they can be bred.

In Minecraft, breeding turtles is important because an adult turtle drops a Scute, and five Scute can be used to craft a Turtle Shell. Wearing a Turtle Shell grants you the Water Breathing status effect, which keeps you from drowning or running out of oxygen underwater. When submerged, it even improves your vision.

Alternatively, the Turtle Shell can be combined with an Awkward Potion to create the Potion of the Turtle Master, which slows you down while also increasing your resistance, transforming you into a tank.

Two adult Sea Turtles are required to breed turtles in Minecraft. On warm beaches, they spawn in large groups. Once you’ve found two, dig a small pit and place them inside to keep them from escaping. Make sure there is sand beneath them so the eggs hatch at night.

After that, give each turtle a piece of Seagrass. To obtain Seagrass, either cut underwater grass with Shears or kill other turtles. After feeding the turtles, hearts will appear over their heads and they will turn toward each other.

Following that, one turtle will burrow beneath the sand and lay one to four turtle eggs.

It will take some time for them to grow after they hatch. You can hasten this process by giving them more Seagrass. If you feed a baby Sea Turtle 10 Seagrass, it will instantly grow into an adult.

That’s all you need to know to start breeding turtles for Scute. If you want to improve your Minecraft experience, be sure to read our Minecraft seeds and Minecraft skins articles as well.


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