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Squid are common passive aquatic mobs that spawn in rivers and oceans.
In Java Edition, 2 to 4 squids can spawn in water from Y-level 46 to 63, as long as the biome is a river or ocean variant.
In Bedrock Edition, 2 to 4 squids can spawn in ocean biomes, and two squids can spawn in river biomes, at any Y-level; and squid have a 5% chance to spawn as babies. In addition, squid spawn only on the surface, i.e. there must not be a solid or spawnable block above the spawn location.
Like other baby mobs, killing a baby squid yields no items or experience.
Squid are passive toward the player. They are not attracted to light and do not deliberately interact with the player.
When a squid moves, its tentacles open and close, giving it an appearance of pushing itself leisurely forward. A squid hovers in place when first spawned into the world and wanders around aimlessly in three dimensions.
Squid suffocate when out of water, dying after 300 game ticks (15 seconds). While on land, they remain stationary until they suffocate. They can take fall damage and burn like any other land mob, but they cannot drown. When out of the water, squid are extremely resistant to knockback.
Squid cannot swim in lava, even if given a fire resistance effect. They simply pass through the lava and behave as if on land.
Unlike land-based mobs, squid can swim against a current and not get pushed by it[Java Edition only]
Guardians and elder guardians attack squid in the same manner as they would do to a player, even if the squid is affected by invisibility.
Squid are affected by the Impaling enchantment - In Java Edition because they are aquatic mobs, and In Bedrock Edition as long as they touch water.
Squid produce a cloud of black ink particles and swim away when attacked. They also produce unique dark blue bubble particles when hit.
Squid sometimes beach themselves and suffocate on the banks of rivers and occasionally on ocean beaches.
Squid are attacked by axolotls.[upcoming: 1.17]
Although squid have a baby variant in Bedrock Edition, there is currently no way to breed them.
If the player is in spectator mode or is far away from the squid,[more information needed] the squid remains stationary. When attacked in this state, the squid cannot flee.
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|Surname||Namespaced ID||Numeric ID||Translation key|
Entity data 
Squid have entity data associated with them that contains various properties.
- Entity data
- Tags common to all entities
- Tags common to all mobs
|Java Edition Beta|
|3 January 2011||Notch mentions adding a new aquatic mob in a near future update.|
|1.2_01||Squid can be milked with an empty bucket, just like cows.|
|1.3||Squid now have the ability to move in three dimensions (rather than only along the bottom of the body of water).|
|1.4||Squid can no longer be milked.|
|1.5||Squid are now incapable of swimming upward. When they do manage to swim upward, they drift down with a zero net gain in altitude, resulting in a jittery animation.|
|1.7||Until Beta 1.7, squid would not de-spawn like other mobs. This made squid a popular pet as once harvested they could be put in aquariums and kept there. However, this has been corrected because of their downward movement (at the time) caused them to pool in relatively deep crevices in the ocean or lakes, thus making ink sacs hard to acquire as further squid would not spawn until the local population had been lowered .|
|Squid have been made to de-spawn like other mobs, likely in preparation for the much deeper oceans in the 1.8 update release.|
|1.8||Pre-release 2;)||Squid now drop experience orbs when killed by the player.|
|1.0.0||Beta 1.9 Prerelease 5||Squid now spawn only between layers 45 and 63.|
|1.4.4||pre||Squid now suffocate when exposed to air.|
|1.8||14w06a||Squid have been updated with a new AI system. They previously could not swim upward, and eventually collected at the bottoms of lakes. They can now swim upward and in all directions more fluently.|
|1.8.2||pre7||Squid spawn below sea level, rather than a constant Y = 63.|
|1.9||15w39a||Squid are slightly smaller (0.8 blocks square rather than 0.95).|
|15w50a||Added sounds, and|
|1.11||16w32a||The entity ID has been changed from to.|
|1.13||18w07a||Squid now produce a cloud of floating black ink particles plus dark blue bubbling particles when attacked.|
|18w08a||Added a sound effect when squid shoot ink.|
|1.13.1||18w31a||Squid now spawn only in rivers, oceans and beaches.|
|1.14||18w43a||The texture of the squid has been changed.|
|Upcoming Java Edition|
|1.17||20w51a||Added axolotls, which will attack squid.|
|Pocket Edition Alpha|
|v0.11.0||build 1||Added squid and baby squid. Baby squid are a version exclusive.|
|Squid produce a cloud of floating black ink particles when attacked.|
|v0.14.0||build 5||Squid now have bubbling particles.|
|v0.16.0||build 1||Added new sounds for squid.|
|1.10.0||beta 18.104.22.168||The textures of squid and baby squid have been changed.|
|1.13.0||beta 22.214.171.124||Squid can now spawn in rivers.|
|Upcoming Bedrock Edition|
|1.17.0||beta 126.96.36.199||Added a sound when squids shoot out ink.|
|Legacy Console Edition|
|TU1||CU1||1.0||Patch 1||1.0.1||Added squid.|
|TU43||CU33||1.36||Patch 13||Added sounds for squid.|
|New Nintendo 3DS Edition|
Issues relating to "Squid" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.
- Hitting a squid underwater causes them to rise approximately 1⁄3–1⁄2 block.
- Squid cannot be damaged by attacking their arms.
- Squid don't have a death animation.
- Squid and glow squid are the only mollusks in Minecraft.
- Squid behave like some land mobs and attempt to ride a minecart.
- Squid were the first passive mob to spawn at any light level, in water, and without grass.
- The squid's idle sound is barely audible.
- If a squid is out of the water, its arms swing more slowly as its oxygen meter goes down. When 15 seconds have passed, its arms stop swinging and the squid begins to suffocate.[Bedrock Edition only]
- In-game squid have eight arms, but in real life they also have two long tentacles. The in-game squid is thus closer to an octopus.
- In-game squid have a gaping, tooth-lined mouth (which some people find horrifying) but as passive mobs they're completely harmless. Real-life squid, like all cephalopods, have a beak instead of teeth.
- Squid are not affected by the "Dinnerbone" Name Tag easter egg.
The underside of a squid.
Squid that have spawned from the side of a hill.
A squid beached on the land. After a few seconds, it does this.
A squid that has spawned in a village farm.
A squid squirting ink to blind the attacking player.
Squid and baby squid in Bedrock Edition, along with an 'ink cloud'.
A squid taking suffocation damage from being out of the water.
A squid stranded out of water.
A former bug that allowed squid to appear flying.
A squid stranded inside a cave.
Several squid underwater.
In early game versions, it was possible to get water to the nether, in which squids could spawn.
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