Breeding is a game mechanic in Minecraft which comes in handy in increasing the number of mobs like turtles, chickens, horses, pigs, etc. Using the breeding game mechanic, two mobs of the same species can produce offsprings whom players can use for a multitude of things.

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In this article, we will talk about how to breed Turtles in Minecraft.

How to Breed Turtles

To breed turtles in Minecraft, players need Seagrass and a pair of turtles. If you didn’t know, there are a variety of breeding foods like Seagrass in Minecraft which players can use to breed different mobs.

Once players have the seagrass and a pair of turtles, feed one seagrass to both turtles. You can see hearts popping out of both turtles. After some time, the hearts will disappear and one of the turtles will dig the nearby ground. Once the digging process is done, the turtle will lay eggs. Completing the breeding process.

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With that being said, let us check out how to find turtles and how to get their breeding food, the Seagrass.

Where to Find Turtles

Players can find Turtles in the Beach Biome. They are usually found walking on the sand, or swimming around.

Where to Get Seagrass

Players can harvest seagrass using shears in the Ocean Biome. Dive into the ocean and look for sand blocks, seagrass usually grows on the sand blocks found underwater. Once you find the seagrass, go near it, equip your shear, point towards the seagrass, and then use the action button, depending on the platform to harvest the seagrass.

That’s all you need to know about how to breed turtles in Minecraft. While you are here, check out our other Minecraft guides.

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