You don’t know how to hatch turtle eggs in Minecraft? And want to see how you can hatch them? Well, don’t worry. In this article, I will help you understand how you can hatch them and more about turtle eggs in Minecraft.
In Minecraft, players can interact with passive mobs and can breed most of them to spawn new animals. Turtle eggs are the most exciting items in Minecraft. Turtle eggs are not items you can obtain; you have to hatch them with excellent protection.
Firstly you need a turtle egg to spawn new turtles to hatch from them, and for eggs, you need to breed turtles first.
First and foremost, you need turtles. Turtles are sometimes hard to find. They are primarily found in Beach biomes near an ocean biome.
Once you are successful in finding turtles, then you can attract and breed them with seagrass. You can find seagrass anywhere underwater.
Once you give them seagrass, they will enter love and breed. Once they breed, they will lay eggs.
Turtles Laying Eggs
After you make the turtles breed, you will see heat particles around them. Then one of them will roam around and try to find a place where it can lay the eggs.
Once it finds a suitable place to lay eggs, then it will take a few minutes. They will find sand or red sand block to lay their eggs since they only hatch on these sand blocks.
If you want more eggs and the turtles to breed again. It will take 30-90 seconds, depending on the version of the game you have, for the turtles to breed again.
Now that the turtles have laid the eggs on the sand block, it is your turn to protect them at all costs. Remember that these are very fragile and are very rare.
All kinds of zombie mods will randomly step on the eggs. The best way you can protect turtle eggs is by lighting up the area around them and creating a safety fence around them. This will ensure no zombie mobs enters the area and break them.
Now the final and most crucial part of this process is hatching the eggs. Turtle eggs take their time to hatch in Minecraft. You cannot fasten this process in any way. So you just have to wait and protect the eggs. These eggs take about 4-5 in-name days to hatch. And about 2 real-life hours to hatch.