Ocelots are one of the most distinctive crowds in Maine Craft. They were added in update 1.2.1, which was fully released in 2012.
Ocelots has many useful mechanisms and features that players should know about.
5 Important Features of Ocelots in Minecraft
# 5 – Base defense
Ocelots can be an essential defense against some of Minecraft’s most troublesome mobs.
Phantoms (Bedrock edition only) and Creepers (both versions) won’t be coming anywhere near Ocelot. If a player decides to build a base in a jungle biome, chances are the trusted Ocelot will defend their base when it matters most.
# 4 – Trust Mechanic
The player cannot tame Ocelots. They only have the ability to trust them.
While they cannot be tamed, the trusted Ocelot will not escape from the player like he usually does. Confidence in the Ocelots will not fade either unless you have been away for so long.
# 3 – Kitty Killer
Ocelots love to prey on the weak. They will eventually chase and kill baby turtles and chickens.
Players who love to raise turtles and chickens should make sure there are no Ocelots around.
# 2 – Falling damage
Ocelots are completely fall-immune. However, this does not mean that they will jump from any slope. Their AI will still avoid a long fall as if it were to take damage.
This is useful info to see if the player and Ocelot got into a difficult situation.
# 1 – Hatchery details
In Java Edition, Ocelot can breed in any biome in the jungle except for the Bamboo Jungle or Jungle Edge.
In Bedrock’s version, Ocelot can breed in any biome in the forest, including the aforementioned biomes.