What Do Fish Eat in Minecraft? All You Need to Know

What Do Fish Eat in Minecraft
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Do you ever wonder what fish eat in Minecraft? Many players do, too! In this post, we’ll be discussing the diet of fish on Minecraft, and how they’re able to survive underwater. 

So if you’re a fan of fishing or just curious about aquatic life on Minecraft, read on.

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What is Fish Food on Minecraft?

Fish Food is a consumable that players use to feed fish for breeding and recovering their health. Skeleton fish and killer fish cannot be used to make Fish Food. 

To create Fish Food, you’ll need cod, tropical fish or salmon, along with 8 bonemeal. These are used to continuously generate them until 16 food pellets are dropped.

After that, it will be empty. Another bucket of cod, salmon, or other tropical fish will be needed to replenish it.

What Do Fish Eat in Minecraft

What Do Minecraft Fish Need to Survive?

A fish in Minecraft require water to survive. They cannot survive outside of water for more than a few minutes before they suffocate and die. 

A fish must be in well-oxygenated water [1] in order to survive or else, they would die.

Why Are Your Fish White on Minecraft?

There are several reasons why your fish on Minecraft can appear white, including the following:

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Matthew Paxton
Matthew Paxton
Mathew has nursed a love of video games since childhood. Now, as an adult, he enjoys playing challenging games as much as he enjoys relating with other gamers. Matthew created Hypernia to give gamers like himself accurate and reliable information about games, servers, communication protocols, and much more.

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