Smaller mobs can really crowd the biomes. These will usually be plentiful across the biomes, with decent groups of them being present. Rabbits are an expected one, commonly appearing in many biomes. Their color can change depending on the biome but there are far more details. Behavior, drops, and activities are elaborate so let’s go over them in Minecraft rabbit.
Minecraft in Rabbits are passive mobs that hop around the overworld in many different biomes. A rabbit is mixed in appearance because this mob can spawn in many different color variants. On top of that, rabbits of specific colors will only spawn in certain areas. Meaning that not every place will necessarily give us a chance to find a rabbit. Let’s go over the rabbits and their biomes.
Yellow rabbits can only show up in deserts. They will spawn in these hot areas with enough consistency. They are the most commonly spawned rabbit.
White, as well as black and white rabbits, will spawn in colder biomes. These biomes include snowy plains, snowy taiga, grove, snowy slopes, frozen ocean, frozen river, and snowy beaches. All of those biomes will generate one of two rabbit variants.
Lastly, there are temperate climate rabbits. The black, brown, as well as brown and white spawn in quite a few biomes. These include flower forests, taiga, meadow, old growth pine taiga, and old growth spruce taiga.
While bunnies are usually passive and cannot attack, there’s a special type of bunny in the game. This bunny is called a killer bunny and can be found throughout all biomes. Instead of the regular bunny behavior, this mob will outright attack players, leaping in, dealing damage, and running away. The dead giveaway will be its bloody, horizontal eyes and white fur.
As far as the behavior of rabbits goes, it’s mostly simple with them hopping about. The behavior of the rabbit is simple and will have them usually result in the rabbit being easy to catch in Minecraft. Rabbits do not have too good of a self-preservation instinct. They will jump off cliffs when chasing after carrots but will still avoid jumping into lava for them.
Rabbit hide is the primary drop of this mob in Minecraft. It is one of the more important items the mob drops. Each killed mob will drop either 0 or 1 rabbit hide. With Looting, we can reach 4 maximum drops.
Raw rabbits, which turn into cooked rabbits if killed while on fire. As for the drop chances and numbers, they will depend on the edition of the game. In Bedrock Edition, the number of raw rabbits dropped varies between 0 and 1 while working off of Looting. Maxing out at 4. However, in Java Edition, the raw rabbits will always drop when a rabbit is killed. While usually dropping only 1 it can be increased to 4 with Looting.
Among the other items, there’s also a 10% chance that a rabbit will drop a rabbit’s foot. This is a somewhat rare item that doesn’t get much better in drop chance with Looting. Looting increases the chances of it dropping by 3%, which stacks up to a 9% bonus to a total of 19%.