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For aquatic mobs in spin-off games of Minecraft, see Minecraft Dungeons:Aquatic and Minecraft Earth:Aquatic.

Many aquatic mobs seen in the Update Aquatic artwork.

The term Aquatic refers to an in-game group of mobs that live in oceans and rivers and are able to swim.

Classification[]

They take extra damage from tridents enchanted with Impaling,‌‌[until JE Edition Combat Tests] and, except axolotl, do not cause pufferfish to inflate nor take damage from them. All aquatic mobs except dolphins are immune to drowning, and all except guardians, elder guardians, and turtles take suffocation damage if out of water for too long. Aquatic mobs have the ability to swim, whereas other mobs simply float on water or sink.

Although drowned are a underwater variant of zombies (and can swim in Bedrock Edition), they are classified as undead, not as aquatic.

In Bedrock Edition, there is no in-game classification for these mobs.

List of mobs[]

Name Face Behavior Notes Image
Axolotl AxolotlFace.png Passive Axolotls are salamanders that can be found in Lush Caves. Lucy Axolotl JE2.png
Cod CodBody.png Passive Cods are a common fish found in oceans. Cod.gif
Dolphin DolphinFace.png Neutral Dolphins are neutral animals that live in non-frozen oceans. Dolphin.gif
Elder Guardian ElderGuardianFace.png Hostile Elder Guardians are mini-bosses found in Ocean Monument, they are the biggest aquatic mob. Elder Guardian.gif
Glow Squid GlowSquidFace.gif Passive Glow squids are variant of squids found in ocean depths, ravines and underground lakes. Glow Squid JE1.gif
Guardian GuardianFace.png Hostile Guardians are pufferfish-like monsters that spawn in and around ocean monuments. Guardian.gif
Pufferfish PufferfishFace.png Passive Pufferfish is a fish found in oceans that defend themselves by dealing damage and inflicting poison. Pufferfish large.gif
Salmon SalmonBody.png Passive Salmon are common passive mobs found in oceans and rivers. Salmon.gif
Squid SquidFace.png Passive Squids are common ink-squirting mollusks found in oceans and rivers. Squid.gif
Tropical Fish TropicalFishBody.png Passive Tropical Fish are common mobs that have 2,700 naturally occurring variants. Blue Dory.pngButterflyfish.pngCichlid.pngClownfish.pngCotton Candy Betta.pngGoatfish.pngParrotfish.pngQueen Angelfish.pngRed Lipped Blenny.pngTomato Clown.pngTomato Clownfish.pngTriggerfish.pngWhite-Gray Dasher.pngWhite-Silver SunStreak.pngYellowtail Parrot.pngAnemone.pngBlack Tang.pngBlue Tang.pngDottyback.pngEmperor Red Snapper.pngMoorish Idol.pngOrnate Butterfly.pngRed Cichlid.pngRed Snapper.pngThreadfin.pngYellow Tang.png
Turtle TurtleFace.png Passive Turtles are friendly reptiles that lay eggs on beaches. Turtle.png

Trivia[]

  • Corals and sea pickles instantly die if they are out of water for too long, similar to the the aquatic mobs.

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