Something I loved in one of the recent Minecraft updates, was fossils. I've always been a dinosaur geek since I was a kid, and I was very happy when fossils came into the Minecraft world. However, I was disappointed to see only one kind of fossil, and only in a few kinds of biomes. The world Minecraft is a vast place, and I think new fossils could be a way to get the player to explore the underground, and take a look at the past. So here is a list of some the fossils I think should definitely be in Minecraft.
1) sauropod fossils
The massive giants of the prehistoric world have always fascinated me. I think these massive fossils could generate underneath jungle, desert, and mesa biomes. Their large size could maybe make them stick out of the ground partially, also making them easier to locate.
2) theropod fossils
These were the carnivores of the ancient world, and this list wouldn't be complete without them. they could spawn in mesas, mountains, and plains. Maybe there could be a special new block for the teeth, but I might be getting ahead of myself.
3) hadrosaur fossils
They were as numerous as the cows in Minecraft, maybe more even, so it stands no reason why they shouldn't be on this list. They could generate in plains, birch forests, tundra, and beaches. they could also be found in "bone beads" or groups. I really feel these would be an interesting addition.
4) ceratopsian fossils
For the final one on this list, I chose the horned herbivores of the past. The fossils could spawn under savannas, forests, and deserts. Their horns and massive frills would make them a wonderful new fossil to unearth.
The list could go on and on, but I'll end here. I would love to see this in a future update, and I really think it is doable. So, I guess now comes the wait.
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