Axolotl in Minecraft
This Minecraft tutorial explains all about axolotls with screenshots and step-by-step instructions. Let's learn about axolotls in Minecraft.
Axolotls are available in the following versions of Minecraft:
PlatformSupported (Version*) Java Edition (PC/Mac)Yes (1.17) Pocket Edition (PE)Yes (1.17.0) Xbox 360No Xbox OneYes (1.17.0) PS3No PS4Yes (1.17.0) Wii UNo Nintendo SwitchYes (1.17.0) Windows 10 EditionYes (1.17.0) Education EditionNo
* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable. NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.
There are 5 different variants of axolotl in Minecraft – pink, brown, gold, light blue, and blue.
The following is a picture of what an axolotl looks like in Minecraft (in this example, the axolotl is Variant 0 which is the pink one):
Hostility Level (Passive)
An axolotl is a passive mob. The term mob is short for mobile and is used to refer to all living, moving creatures in the game such as chickens, creepers, and axolotls. Because an axolotl is a passive mob, it will never attack you in the game (Creative or Survival mode).
In Minecraft, an axolotl has 7 hearts for health. This gives an axolotl 14 health points (because 1 heart = 2 health points). To kill an axolotl, you need to inflict 14 points of damage to the axolotl.
Where to Find Axolotls
In Minecraft, you can find axolotls in the Lush Caves biome.
If you are having trouble finding an axolotl, you can summon an axolotl using a cheat or you can use a spawn egg.
An axolotl does not carry a weapon.
You are safe to walk near an axolotl and it will not attack or cause you any damage. And if you attack an axolotl, it will just stay there. It will not attack you back.
When you kill an axolotl in Minecraft, it will not drop anything. It is one of the few mobs that when killed, does not drop any items.
As you play the game, you will gain experience. The most common way to gain experience is by killing mobs. When a mob is killed you will see tiny green and yellow balls appear and move towards you.
These orbs represent experience points. When you kill an axolotl, you will gain 1-3 experience points.
Types of Axolotls
There are 5 different variants of axolotl in Minecraft. Here are the different types of axolotls that can spawn in the game:
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Spawn Egg for Axolotl
You can spawn an axolotl using the following spawn egg:
Things to Do with Axolotls
Here are some activities that you can do with axolotls in Minecraft:
Here are some game command examples for an axolotl in Minecraft:
Spawn Events for Axolotl (Bedrock/Education)
Here are the spawn events that you can use in game commands for an axolotl:
Here are some of the other mobs in Minecraft: