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Not to be confused with Mooshroom or Moobloom.
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Minecraft Earth was discontinued due to outdoor restrictions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
It can no longer be downloaded or played, but the contents of this page are kept for historical interest.
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Hitbox size

Height: 1.4 blocks
Width: 0.9 blocks

Moolips appreciate gentle care, but don't mind an occasional sheering [sic] when their flowers grow too big.

Player Journal description

The moolip was a pink daisy-covered variant of the mooshroom found only in Minecraft Earth. It was a rare drop of cow tappables. Moolips were like mooblooms, except they were light pink and sprouted pink daisies instead of buttercups.


The moolip was a variant of the normal cow, though covered with pink daisies. Its body was a light pink with big white spots scattered throughout its body and head. It had two big black eyes, just like a mooshroom. It had 5 pink daisies, with 4 on its back, and one on its head. It had a white muzzle, a darker pink snout, and gray horns.


Moolips were a rare mob drop from cow tappables. They were also obtainable as a reward from Season 13, where the player placed 3 types of chickens onto a buildplate.


Moolips left a trail of pink flowers as they walked, with each flower they plant having an apparent 40% chance of being an allium, an apparent 40% chance of being a lilac or an apparent 20% chance of being a peony. Otherwise, moolips had the same AI behavior as mooshrooms and cows. They wandered aimlessly, avoiding lava and cliffs high enough to cause fall damage.


A Moolip was able to be sheared for 1 Pink Daisy.

Just like a normal cow, the moolip dropped the following when killed:

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NameResource locationNumeric ID


Minecraft Earth
0.29.0Moolip.png Added moolips.


    • The only difference being the number with the Moolip having 5 flowers and the Moobloom having 4.
  • The moolip was the first mob to be a variant of a variant of a variant, with mooblooms being flower variants of mooshrooms, which in turn are variants of the cows from the base game.
  • The moolip was similar to the Pink Moobloom, which is an unused Minecraft Earth mob.
  • The player journal information about the moolip misspelt "shearing" as "sheering".
  • The biome category of the journal revealed that Moolips spawned in the flower forest.