Frogs are one of the newest additions inside the Minecraft The Wilds update. These beautiful new animals are yet another addition that Mojang has dropped into the game. The feature is also included in Bedrock Edition as an in-test feature. So far, they’re kind of basic. You can feed them unique stuff, and watch them grow. There are even three different varieties of frogs in Minecraft. And it’s pretty likely that Mojang will bring more content surrounding this feature in the future.
Right now, you need to find the eggs that they hatch from, then raise the tadpoles. This is very similar to the turtles that already exist in the game. You need to hunt the eggs down, wait for them to hatch, then raise them to adulthood. Once they hatch, the eggs spawn tadpoles, which grow into adorable adult frogs of different colors. It’s an interesting loop, and has a lot of potential for interesting base designs for fans of the amphibians.
How Long Does It Take for Frog Eggs to Hatch in Minecraft?
Thankfully, frog eggs in Minecraft don’t take as long as turtle eggs to hatch. Unlike turtle eggs, frog eggs only take about 10 minutes to hatch. You just need to find them. Frog eggs in Minecraft are not too hard to find, you have to know where to look.
First, locate a mangrove swamp biome or a classic swamp biome. These biomes will have frog eggs in bodies of water within them. You will usually know you’re getting close when you start seeing adult frogs hopping around. When you see more than a few frogs in an area, there’s a good chance that you can uncover a few eggs in the vicinity. Once found, all players need to do is to wait about 10 minutes for them to hatch.
When you explore looking for tadpoles to grow, you can also find pretty little froglights that can decorate your base with as well.
So now that they’re hatched, how do you raise them? You need to feed the frogs the right stuff. Now, get out there and start hunting for food for your frog army.