When it comes to any action related to Axolotls in Minecraft, it is either difficult or requires a particular course of action. It might sound a little confusing. But, what we are trying to say is catching Axolotls is difficult, getting the blue ones is a rare thing, and feeding them is also a daunting task if you don’t know what to feed them. 

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As we know, Axolotls are underwater creatures, passive in nature, found in the newly added Lush Cave Biome or Underwater, below Y60. When you come across an Axolotl, or if you have an Axolotl, you can feed them to make them happy whilst increasing the chances of breeding. 

In this article, we will tell you what Axolotls eat and how to feed them. 

What do Axolotls Eat in Minecraft

Axolotls eat Bucket of Tropical Fish in Minecraft. So, what is this bucket of tropical fish and how to get it?.

A Bucket of Tropical Fish is nothing but a bucket filled with water and tropical fish. Players can use an empty bucket, fill it with water and then use it to catch Tropical Fish, yet another passive mob in Minecraft.

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Players can also buy a Bucket of Tropical Fish from the Wandering Trader for five emerald.

How to feed Axolotls Bucket of Tropical Fish

To feed Axolotls a bucket of tropical fish, keep the item in your hotbar. When you are near an Axolotl, equip it in hand and left click on the Axolotl. For Minecraft PE edition, you can tap on Axolotl while equipping the bucket of tropical fish to feed them.

That’s all for now, while you are here, make sure to read our guide on how to create a big map in Minecraft.

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