How to tame Minecraft animals
How to find animals in the wildIn order to find animals in the wild, you must first know where to look. The majority of animals can be found in biomes, with certain ones being exclusive to specific biomes. For example, wolves can only be found in taiga and forest biomes, while rabbits can be found in nearly any biome. Once you have an idea of which biome you need to be in, the next step is simply to explore until you find the animal you're looking for.
Of course, this isn't always as simple as it sounds. Some animals are quite rare, and may take a while to find even if you're in the right biome. If you're having trouble finding a specific animal, try asking other players or looking up guides online. With a little patience and perseverance, you'll eventually find the animal you're looking for!
How to train your animalsWhen you first start playing Minecraft, the animals can be a bit daunting. There are so many of them, and they all seem to have their own personalities. But don't worry, with a little time and patience you can train them to do whatever you want!
The first thing you need to do is find an animal that you want to train. Once you've found one, approach it slowly and calmly. Don't make any sudden movements, or the animal will get scared and run away.
Once you're close enough, start giving it some food. Animals in Minecraft love food, so this is a great way to get their attention. Just hold out some food in your hand and wait for the animal to come over and start eating.
Once the animal is eating from your hand, you can start trying to tame it. This is done by right-clicking on the animal while holding a piece of meat in your hand. If done correctly, a message will appear saying that the animal is now tamed.
Now that your animal is tamed, you can start training it to do things that you want it to do. The possibilities are endless! You can train your animals to follow you around, sit down when told, stand up on command, play dead... anything you can think of! Just be creative and have fun with it!