5 things beginners likely didn't know about Axolotls in Minecraft 1.17 Caves & Cliffs update
Axolotls can be transported in a variety of ways in Minecraft. The most efficient way to transport an Axolotl is to scoop it up in a bucket. Similar to fish, axolotls can be picked up with an empty bucket and placed in a new location.
Axolotls are quite aggressive and will attack all aquatic mobs except for the turtle and the dolphin. Players can use them as guard dogs against hostile mobs such as the Drowned or Guardians. Players who have bases underwater are highly recommended to keep a bunch of Axolotls nearby.
Axolotls can be bred using buckets of tropical fish. When a bucket of tropical fish is fed to two adult axolotls (one each), a baby will spawn. Each baby has a 1/1200 chance of being the rare blue variant (seen above). Players who breed two blue axolotls will always get a blue baby.
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Players should also be aware of the following miscellaneous information about the Axolotl: – Axolotls are passive towards players. – If a player kills a mob that is attacking an axolotl, they are granted Regeneration I, and Mining Fatigue is removed. – There is a two-minute cooldown after an axolotl kills a non-hostile mob. – Axolotls can live up to five minutes on land. – Axolotls picked up with a bucket do not despawn