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How to Breed Frogs in Minecraft

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by Madison Benson
How to Breed Frogs in Minecraft

There are a ton of animals that breed in Minecraft. If you want to make a farm, you can do this with sheep, cows and pigs, just to name a few. You can also breed villagers to take advantage of villager trading mechanics. Frogs are one of many mobs that can do this, and they can help you get more if you want to farm froglights. If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover how to breed frogs in Minecraft.

How to Breed Frogs in Minecraft

Breeding frogs in Minecraft will require a few things. The first is having at least two frogs around who can, well, perform the deed. Having only one frog around won’t be enough, similar to if you were breeding regular farm animals. You can find frogs in swamps and mangrove biomes, so start searching!

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Once you find at least two frogs, you’ll need some slimeballs. Slimeballs drop from slime when defeated, which you may encounter if you’re already in a swamp. More specifically, slimes spawn in swamp biomes at night and occasionally underground.

Another option is to look for panda bears! Sneezing pandas sometimes drop slimeballs and can be found in jungles. While you’re not guaranteed to find slimeballs using this method, there is a chance to if you can’t find any slimes or happen to stumble upon a few pandas.

Frog Breeding Frogspawn in Minecraft
Frogs need at least one water block to lay frogspawn!

With your slimeballs in hand, lead your two frogs toward some water before giving them the item. One of the frogs will lay frogspawn in the water, which hatches after around 5-10 minutes. Once they do, tadpoles will appear in the water and turn into frogs. Doing this means you’ve successfully bred frogs in Minecraft!

Minecraft is available to play on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, and mobile devices through the official website. For more information about the game, check out How to Make Candles and How to Make TNT in Minecraft.

Madison Benson

Madison is a writer who has played video games for over twenty years. If she isn't playing games on her PC, she's likely hanging out with her dogs and rabbits.