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This Minecraft tutorial explains how to breed turtles with step-by-step instructions. In Minecraft, you can breed turtles and make a cute little baby turtle from turtle eggs. Let’s learn how turtles breed.

How to breed turtle in Minecraft

Steps to breed turtle in Minecraft

1. Find two turtles

Once you have the necessary materials, you will have to find two turtles to breed. Turtles can be found in the dome of the beach:

Turtles are usually found swimming in water or walking along the sand. If you are having trouble finding a turtle, you can call a turtle using a cheat or you can use an egg.

While breeding your turtles have to pass together, so we have built a sand wall to prevent both of our turtles from escaping.

2. Use sea grass

Next, with the seagrass selected in your hot bar, you will need to feed sea grass to each turtle one at a time.

Game control of using / feeding sea turtles depends on the version of Minecraft:

  • For Java version (PC / Mac), click on Turtle one at a time.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you tap on the turtle at a time.
  • For Xbox 360 and Xbox One, press the LT button on the Xbox controller.

When you feed sea grass to turtles, you will see that red hearts will appear on their heads. Each of these turtles is entering the genre of love.

Once you have fed both turtles, they will turn to each other and red hearts will appear on their heads.

After a moment, the red hearts will disappear and one of the turtles starts digging in the sand.

Once the turtle is excavated, it will lay different sizes of turtle eggs on the ground. The tortoise will lay 4 eggs.

You will now have two adult turtles and a nest of turtle eggs (or turtle egg clutch). These eggs will turn into baby turtles.

How to breed turtle in Minecraft

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