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Parakeets/Budgies?

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    They could also spawn in savanna biome in the wild as a green variant. The blue, white, and yellow variants could spawn in the jungle biome. They could make homes in trees to add a little more life.

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    RyuCrocBoss commented
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    In minecraft we already have cockatiel parrots, blue and gold macaw parrots, scarlet macaw parrots, green amazon parrots even a hayacinth macaw parrots.

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    Byron tesla commented
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    I like it budige!

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    FoxBreadRoll commented
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    Honestly these mobs should overwrite parrots for tamability, add new Types, and be smaller like what they did with cats and ocelots

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    Kate Veenstra commented
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    Maybe they could spawn wild in savannas instead of in villages so that you have to catch one in the wild just like with parrots and ocelots. They could travel in flocks (kind of like llamas) to make them less similar to parrots and can be tamed with seeds. The flock idea would be a bit hard to code because the budgies would have to move in a group, but not in a formation, doing the exact same thing. They could also settle around water holes like the way parrots are drawn to other mobs.

    It would be fun if some wild budgies could spawn blue or yellow (which would be rare) or some of them have more blue or yellow than others. Then you could catch some and breed them for certain colours. Most wild budgies would be green. Breeding them would be like breeding pandas. They each have a dominant gene and a hidden gene, and sometimes mutations occur. They could also have a dominant gene and a hidden gene for different feather patterns (like pieds and opalines).

    If possible, there could also be male and female budgies (identified by the cere, the area above the beak).