- Mud patches can only be found in the Land biome, and appear as brown patches on the minimap.
- Water spots, hills, rocks, trees and Beehives are types of terrain that are able to appear in mud
- berries, mushrooms, raspberries, carrots and water droplets are the food sources that are able to appear in mud.
- Majority of animals cannot move fast on mud, and will consequently become muddy, which also slows their movement after leaving a mud patch until it wears off. However, the excess mud can be worn off quicker by entering a water area.
- The following animals are capable of moving fast on mud, at their usual speed:
- Black Dragon
- King Dragon
- Boa Constrictor
- Sabertooth Tiger
- Land Monster
- Dino Monster
- Furthermore, the Pig, Hippo, Komodo Dragon, Warthog, Crocodile, Rhino, Boa Constrictor, Donkey and Chicken are also able to dive in mud. The diving time for each particular animal is equivalent to however long they are able to dive in water. After emerging, the animal will become muddy and have to move to a non-muddy area/water area to remove the mud.
- The Meerkat is also able to create a certain type of mud by using its 'Dig' ability. The mud will be left behind after the Meerkat has dug around underground for a bit. Meerkat mud can be used by the same animals that are able to move around freely in normal mud, meaning animals can also dive in it if they have the capability of doing so.
Mud patches are large brown circles, with uneven splotches of mud scattered around the edge of said circles. Multiple terrain and food items, most commonly hills, rocks, mushrooms, water spots and carrots, can be seen too.
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- On the first update of the game, there was a bug that allowed animals to move extremely fast when boosting on mud.
- Sometimes there will be small brown dots around the mud, similarly to lakes.
- The only animal that can create a variant of mud with its ability is the Meerkat.
- Lion cubs can move fast through mud, but when they exit mud covered in dirt, they will go slower.
- On December 25, 2017, Eggs also could be found in mud. However, this effect was reverted as Eggs are now exclusive to Lakes.
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