Mobs can be found almost everywhere in Minecraft. They can provide many benefits to players. Some of them can also drop useful items when they are killed.
Every mob has its own spawning locations and conditions. They are often not seen because they only spawn in certain biomes.
In Minecraft, foxes are spawned from the taiga and giant tree taiga biomes. They do not drop any items when they are killed. The snowy taiga biome also has a white version of foxes. A fox with an emerald inside its mouth has a chance of spawning at 5%.
They are also passive and can only be found within the jungle biome. The Bedrock Edition also allows players to find foxes within the jungle edge or bamboo jungle biomes.
They are not easy to kill as they don't drop much other than a few points of XP. Although Ocelots cannot be tamed, players can gain their trust by giving them raw salmon or cod.
These adorable animals spawn only in the bamboo forest biome. When provoked, pandas are friendly and will attack the player. If certain conditions are met, they can be bred by players.
Pandas can be described as having seven personality characteristics: normal, lazy, playful, worried and aggressive.
The jungle biomes are home to unique mobs called parrots. They have a 0.2 percent chance of spawning. They can be controlled. Parrots can be trained to climb on the shoulder of the player once they are tamed.
The cow's red-colored variant is the mooshroom. It spawns in the mushroom biome which is rare. A bucket can also be used to milk mooshrooms.
They drop 0-2 leather and 1-1 beef when they are killed. A brown version of the mooshroom can also be found. This is created when lightning strikes the mooshroom.