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I explored my entire Minecraft world and I couldn't find a jungle biome. I really want pandas and bamboo. I know I can get bamboo by fishing, but it takes a long time to get as much as I need. I know I can go on creative but my world is a survival world and I don't want to go into creative.

If anyone has a seed with a jungle biome can you give it to me?

I am playing the PlayStation 4 Edition of Minecraft.

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  • What version are you playing on? Worlds should be infinite which means you have a jungle biome somewhere. – Robbie Jul 20 '19 at 10:11
  • Playstation 4 edition – Terminator Cookie Jul 20 '19 at 10:13
  • You might have to travel tens of thousands of blocks until you find one, they're rare. – Fabian Röling Jul 20 '19 at 10:44
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    Yeah. However, he says he explored the entire world, which makes me think it isn't infinite, like old world in pocket edition. However, he wants a seed that spawns with a jungle biome in it. – snoozingnewt Jul 20 '19 at 12:24
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    A quick Google/Bing/Firefox/Edge/whatever search should yield a bunch of seeds for a jungle biome. It's up to you to take your pick. – redapple8787 Jul 20 '19 at 16:04
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Bamboo can be grown once you got a single piece by fishing, just plant it into the ground and you will have plenty in a matter of minutes.

Next the jungle saplings can be bought by wandering traders if you are lucky, same for cocoa beans.

As for the Panda/parrot/ocelot I have no idea if that is possible I do think they can only spwan there and there is no way to make them spawn otherwise without using spawneggs aka creative mode.

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You will eventually find one if your world is infinite but they are extremely rare. If you don't mind starting a new world set it to infinite then creative then fly around until you find one and set the world to survival.

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  • as of now a world in any version but the Java Version of Minecraft won't have infinite worlds. – Chund Oct 23 '19 at 12:55

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