Beautiful biomes and other items can be found in the Minecraft world. Coral, which can be found deep under the sea, is one example of such an item.
It is undoubtedly one of the most stunning structures in Minecraft and is frequently used by players to decorate their buildings. In addition to all the fan variants and blocks, Minecraft 1.13 Update Aquatic added coral to the game. It was released on July 18, 2018.
Coral isn’t a very common item because it doesn’t grow in every ocean biome. Coral can only be found in warm oceans when exploring the oceans. Players must observe the water’s color to identify a warm ocean. Warm ocean water is light green, while the floor is made from sand.
How to mine coral
Once they have located the coral, the player can mine it with any tool. It cannot be mined with a standard tool.
Silk Touch is an enchanted tool that allows players to obtain coral fans or coral blocks. Silk Touch can be purchased from librarians, or directly at the magical table.
A helmet with Aqua Affinity or Respiration enchantment is recommended if the player plans to mine a lot of coral. Aqua Affinity will allow them to mine as fast underwater as they do on the surface. Respiration will enable them to breathe more deeply when submerged.
Bedrock Edition players have the ability to create semi-automatic coral farms. This is possible only in Bedrock Edition, as coral can sometimes grow in any ocean biome.
Coral in Minecraft
Corals are not essential for the game, unlike most other items. Corals are great for decoration and are used primarily for that purpose. A coral placed under a noteblock produces a bass drum sound.
Coral can be used as decoration. However, it must not come in direct contact water. It is impossible to return it to its original state once it has become dead coral.