Villagers are passive mobs that inhabit villages, with different professions, breed, and interact. Their clothing varied according to their occupation. A player can trade with villagers by using emeralds as currency. They were replaced with a revamped version of themselves in the Village and Pillage update.
in Java Edition, old villagers can only spawn in versions of Minecraft prior to 1.14. in Bedrock Edition, old villagers can only spawn if they existed from a template world prior to 1.11.0, and any old villager spawned after 1.11.0 outside a template world will be converted into villager_v2.
Villagers are going to breed autonomously, but need doors and need to be willing in order to spawn baby villagers. After exactly 20 minutes, the baby villager is going to grow up to an adult.
Villagers are going to spawn if a player uses a splash potion of weakness on a v1 zombie villager in template world and then feeds it a regular golden apple. After that, it will shake and turn into a villager within 0-5 minutes. During the change, the zombie villagers are able to burn in the sun.
If you come to this page to find out the information about baby Villagers and how to make baby Villagers in Minecraft, so you are able to read the following text.
The Villagers are going to mate depending on the number of valid doors. If “willing”, the villagers are going to mate as long as the population is less than 35% of valid doors. The type of villager that spawns is independent of the villager’s parents. Remember that a valid door is any door within the village radius where the number of outside spaces within five blocks in a straight line on one side of the door is not the same as the number of outside spaces within five blocks on the other side of the door. A space is stated to be “outside” if it has nothing.
Usually, a census is periodically taken to determine the current population of the village. All villagers within the horizontal boundary of the village and within five vertical blocks of the center are going to be counted as part of the population to determine if continued villager mating is allowed. But, any villager within the horizontal boundary of the village and within the spherical boundary of the village is going to attempt to enter mating mode. If two villagers simultaneously enter mating mode while they are close to one another, so they are going to mate with each other and produce a child.
BABY VILLAGERS BEHAVIOR
Baby villagers are going to sprint around, entering and leaving houses they want. Sometimes, they are going to stop sprinting to stare at an Iron Golem. If the Iron Golem is holding a poppy, the children will take the flower from its hands cautiously. They like to group and chase one another around the village. Baby Villagers in Bedrock have a slightly bigger head than in the Java Edition. Unlike other breed mobs, the parents and child do not have personal interactions other than socializing.