Many Minecraft worlds have biomes, but it can be difficult to find the most rare ones if you just wander around looking for them.
The command console makes it easier to spot biomes in Minecraft: Java Edition. Certain commands are not available in Bedrock Edition. To find biomes within a world seed, there is an alternative method that Minecraft's Bedrock platform can use. This will require some additional steps and the use of third-party tools.
The Biome Finder is an application that allows players to track their Minecraft seed number. The application can be found under the Apps section of the website. After players click on the Biome Finder button, they will be taken to a page that contains a map and a few selectors. Under the text field labeled “Filter Biomes” in the map window's bottom-right, there should be a dropdown menu listing different versions of Minecraft. Bedrock Edition users will need to choose the appropriate version from the drop-down. This tool can also be used by Minecraft's Java Edition or Pocket Edition players.
The Biome Finder's top page allows Minecraft players to enter their seed in the uppermost text field. After that, click the “Find Biomes!” button. button. The map will then automatically generate the player's inputted seeds, which allows them to zoom in or out and locate different biomes within. You can also find the X and Z coordinates for Minecraft, which allows you to locate specific coordinates for any biomes that you may be interested in. The map's biomes are marked in the bottom-right and color-coded to make it easy to see.
After finding the coordinates of their desired Minecraft biome, players can go back to their Bedrock client and search for it in a variety of ways. They can also activate coordinates in the settings to start walking towards the biome. They can activate Creative Mode to fly to the coordinates or use the /tp command to teleport to the coordinates instantly.
No matter what player's preference, Chunk Base's Biome Locator is an indispensable tool that can be accessed from a personal computer or mobile device. This tool allows Minecraft: Bedrock Edition users to find specific biomes, without the need for Java Edition commands.