Turtles are passive creatures that have the ability to move both on land and in the water. However, they are much faster swimming in the water than walking on the surface of the world. Their body consists of a large green carapace, from which the head, front legs and hind legs protrude.
Like many other passive creatures, turtles will wander the world without any particular destination and when attacked by any player will try to flee from it. When a turtle is on land, it will always try to find the nearest water source, as water is its preferred environment, although they are also capable of living on the surface of the world.
Although turtles cannot be tied up and led with a rope, they can be lured by players, as long as they have seagrass in their hands, within an area of 10 blocks around the turtle. So we can use sea grass to direct them wherever we want. In addition, turtles can be loaded onto boats.
As a general rule, turtles will generate naturally in warm beach biomes, always during the day, never at night. At the time of generation, they may be generated in groups of a maximum of five turtles. About 10% of the turtles generated will contain a baby turtle.
If you like this creature and in addition to details you want to get its face to make crafts or as a profile of social networks and forums, here is the Minecraft Turtle Face. You can download and print it.