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|Drops:||Raw Salmon and Raw Fish|
|Location:||Cold Biomes, i.e. Tundra, Ice Spikes, etc.|
The Frostburn Update, released on June 8, 2016.Polar Bears are a mob added as part of
On March 7th, 2016, Jeb revealed on his Twitter that he was working on a new neutral mob with a base color code of 242, or a very light gray. On April 8th, 2016, Jeb posted a link on his Twitter, stating that this was the so-called "242 Mob". The link showed the image below.
Polar bears are neutral mobs, unless they are around their cubs, then they are hostile. Cubs themselves are passive, making polar bears the very first mob to fall into all three behavior categories. They spawn in Cold Biomes, such as the tundra. Polar bears are also faster than the player when swimming. If a polar bear is attacked, all Polar bears within a certain radius will instantly turn hostile towards the attacking player or mob (similar to Zombie Pigmen and Wolves).
- Polar Bears can be led with a lead.
- Like the other biome-specific mobs added in the Frostburn update (Stray and Husk), Polar Bears were added in Minecraft: Pocket Edition and Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition on December 19, 2016, with the coming of the 1.0 "Ender Update".
- Polar Bears are the only mob (Along with Wolves), that exists in all three states: The cubs are passive, the adults are normally neutral, and when approached near cubs, the adults turn hostile.
- Skeletons have a chance to spawn on polar bears, and they act much similar to Spider Jockies.
- When Polar Bears attack, they stand up on their hind legs and hit the player with their front paws which is similar to how bears stand up on their hind legs when threatened.