Although Minecraft's vast world may contain large land biomes, most of it, or 51 percent, is made up of oceans. Oceans cover the largest area and have different biomes depending on their temperature.
Oceans and the hidden secrets that lie beneath the sea are fascinating to players. Some of the hidden structures in oceans include shipwrecks and ocean monuments. There are 10 different types of ocean biomes available in Minecraft. Some are more interesting than others.
This is the most widespread ocean biome. Cold Ocean biome is characterized by dark blue water and fog beneath the water. Nearly all kinds of underwater structures, except Ocean Monuments, can be spawned here.
The Lukewarm Ocean biome is characterized by a light blue hue due to its water and fog. Its bed is mostly covered with sand and sometimes clay. This ocean biome will allow players to spot pufferfish and tropical fish.
Deep Ocean biomes, which house Ocean Monuments underwater, are a special kind of ocean biome. These ocean biomes have more than 30 blocks of underwater depth and are ideal for large-scale ocean monuments. You can also find other naturally-generated structures.
Frozen Ocean Biomes in Minecraft are rare. This biome will be visible when players enter it. The entire ocean surface is frozen. If players have silk touch enchantments, this is a great place to get ice blocks.
It is also home to polar bears, which makes it an interesting ocean biome. These ocean biomes are often connected to a cooler land biome.
Warm Ocean biomes have the most colorful coral reefs and are considered to be the best. This biome is easily recognizable by its aqua-colored ocean and the shallow coral reefs. This biome is home to tropical fish that spawn in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes. It is one the most appealing ocean biomes.