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Turtle eggs can be obtained in the inventory using tools with the Silk Touch enchantment. If broken without the enchantment, pushed by a piston, or if a gravity-affected block falls into its space, the egg will break without dropping anything.
When two turtles are bred with seagrass, one of them will burrow around in the sand and lay an egg block that contains 1-4 eggs after several seconds. The egg will go through three stages before hatching, which will only happen when the egg is placed on sand.
Turtle eggs can be placed similarly to normal solid blocks, and slowly hatch into turtles. Up to 4 turtle eggs can be placed onto 1 block.
If a player or large-enough mob, armor stand, falling block or item[Java Edition only] falls or stands on an egg for a certain amount of time, one egg will break on the block. Most undead hostile mobs will actively seek out and trample turtle eggs, breaking egg after egg on the block until all of them have been destroyed, unless
- See also: Block states
||Number of eggs.|
||Determines how close an egg is to hatching; starts at 0 and is randomly incremented.|
Added turtle eggs.
|18w11a||Added drowned, which like zombies and their variants, will seek out and trample turtle eggs.|
Turtle eggs now have a proper item texture.
|18w22a||If the player is inside the hitbox of one turtle egg, and another is attempted to be placed, the placement will fail.|
|Now makes placement sounds when the amount in a stack is increased.|
|More turtle eggs than normal can be placed in one stack by aiming at adjacent blocks.|
|1.5||beta 18.104.22.168||Added turtle eggs (named Sea Turtle Eggs).|
A zombie stomping on turtle eggs.