Frogs will be added to Minecraft 1.19. This mob was featured at the Minecraft Live event 2021 along with other new features in the upcoming update. Many players want to learn more about this adorable mob and how they interact with it.
Sandbox games have a vast breeding system that allows players to make passive mobs cross-breed with one another and produce offspring. You can help cows, pigs, sheep, and other mobs breed by providing food items such as wheat, potato, fish, and so on. In the next Minecraft 1.19 update, new mobs such as frogs will be able breed.
How will Minecraft 1.19 update affect the breeding of frogs?
Things to do before you start breeding
Players will need to have a few things in order to breed their frogs in the forthcoming ‘The Wild Update’. Slimeballs are essential for two frogs entering love mode. Slimeballs can be obtained by killing slime mobs, or from a wandering trader.
You can also breed them using seagrass, which is found at the bottom or any other water body such as rivers and oceans.
They will then need to locate a few of these mobs around the globe. Mojang confirmed that they will naturally spawn within various swamp biomes.
How to breed frogs
Once the slimeballs are collected, the players can give them to two frogs for the beginning of the breeding process. They will mate once they have entered love mode. They reproduce very similar to turtle breeding.
One of the players will become pregnant with frog eggs, and then lay them in a tile of water that has air above. They will need to make sure there is water around them.
Players will need to wait until the eggs hatch after they have laid their eggs. No item can catalyze this process. They will hatch tiny tadpoles from them after they hatch. To help them grow fast, you can feed them seagrass.
These tadpoles can be collected by players in a bucket and taken with them. Mojang says that tadpoles can turn into different colored frogs depending upon where they are grown. To grow tadpoles in different colors, players can move them to biomes at different temperatures.