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984 0 0 0 19 8c2. Biomes are regions of the terrain in a Minecraft world with varying geographical features, elevation, vegetation, Mobs, temperature, or sky color. Introduced in the Halloween Update, biomes separate every generated world into different environments, paralleling the real world. The term biome is analogous to its scientific usage on Earth. A biome is climatically and geographically defined by distinctive communities of plants, animals and soil organisms supported by similar climatic conditions. They are often referred to as ecosystems.
The plains biome was the first released biome in Minecraft and covered the entire land. It consisted of mainly Grass and Dirt. Trees were added later in the game, then the release of ore blocks. Sunflower plains are plains that produce a naturally occurring abundance of sunflowers. The forest biome mainly consists of trees. The type of tree can vary, but the Oak tree is the most common type of tree in a forest.
This biome only includes birch trees, though some oak trees will appear in it. It also looks much like a forest biome, although none of the birch trees can be large like their oak variants. However, if the terrain happens to be hilly, the birch trees can be extra tall. Flower forests are forests with oak trees but have a variety of species of flowers scattered throughout the biome.
The roofed forest biome features dark oak trees and huge mushrooms. The roofed forest biome is a very dangerous biome for players, as there are many dark places in the forest where hostile mobs are likely to spawn. However, it is more common than the mushroom biome, which makes it an easier place to find giant mushrooms. Swamp biomes feature shallow bodies of discolored water and discolored grass, with oak trees covered in vines. Slimes and Witch Huts can be found in swamps.
Swamp biomes are the only natural source for Lily Pads which generate in water. This is also the only biome that has naturally-occurring Blue Orchids. In Minecraft: Pocket Edition, giant mushrooms will spawn in this biome as of the update 0. Main article: Jungle A jungle is a very forested biome, which looks similar to a tropical rainforest. Jungles have the tallest trees of any other biome. Similar to swamp biomes, the trees are covered in vines. This is the only biome where Ocelots spawn.
A jungle may occasionally contain a Jungle Temple. The taiga is a biome with densely-filled spruce trees and dull grey-blue grass. Hills are common, and wolves may be found in this biome more frequently than in others. Sugar Cane can spawn here, but it will break down due to the freezing of the ice. Contains densely filled spruce trees with lots of snow and ice. The mega taiga biome is a subtype of the taiga biome with a mega spruce taiga variant. It contains various blocks, including Podzol, a variant of dirt.