♢ Minecraft bees ♢

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♢ Minecraft bees ♢

Izzie M.

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Bee’s are gonna be buzzin’ into minecraft pretty soon!

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Bee Facts

Bee’s are cute fuzzy neutral mobs who wont hurt you unless you hurt them (and they attack you in mobs) If you do upset a bee and it stings you it leaves its stinger in you, dies and drops nothing ಥ_ಥ Bee’s love pretty flowers and spend lots of time near them gathering pollen, after they will fly back to their home nest. Bee’s can also help you by growing crops while carrying pollen back to their nest, they can also breed by using flowers. One sweet thing is that bee’s like sharing the location of their favorite flowers with other bees. If a bee cant find nectar it will return home as well as if a bee doesn’t have a nest it will wander around till it finds one it can use. They dont like rain and sleep at night in these cases they will return back to their hive.

Nest’s and Hives

Bee’s nest spawn naturally in Flower Forests, Plains, and Sunflower Plains biomes. When a bee visits this block and completes its journey undisturbed, the level of honey increases , max of 5 levels of honey level 5 is sticky. Bees use nests and hives to share flower locations with other hives, but sometimes they wont use this information. Use silk touch tool to get the block with bees stored inside, if not you will destroy the nests. You can use shears to get honeycombs, use a bottle when at full honey to get a honey bottle. Campfire smoke calms bees if you place one below their hives/nests to put them in a chill mode.

Honey Bottles

They are organic, gluten free, delicious locally farmed-honey so if you have any allergies you can cross that off your list. You can use empty bottles on a hive or nest that is full of honey to drink a bottle of it. You can also craft it into sugar.

Dispenser

They can now be fill bottles with water and honey as well as shear honey combs from bee nests and hives.