Minecraft: Java Edition is abuzz thanks Mojang’s latest update. That’s right. Honey bees have fluttered into a number of biomes, setting up shop to pollinate flowers and create honey. If you’ve ever wanted to a be a real life beekeeper but have been irrationally dissuaded by Nicolas Cage’s performance in The Wicker Man, now’s your chance (yes, the bees). Related Everything you need to know about Minecraft’s new bees Bees are a neutral mob, which means they’ll leave you be if you leave them be (no pun intended). Java Edition players will find them buzzing around in sunflower plains, plains, and flower forest biomes. Please do let them complete their work without interruption, as honey bees are an integral part of nature. When agitated, the cute bees naturally will sting you. This causes them to lose their stinger and die. There’s no tangible benefit for making the bees angry, as they don’t leave anything behind that you can use in your world. Instead, you’ll have slowed down their important bee duties. Bees favor the prettiest flowers and will work their hardest to collect pollen to bring to their hives. During their journey back home, bees pollinate crops to help them… Read full this story
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