The Berry is a food item that allows animals to level up, and for some, is the only or preferred way to do so. There are two types of Berries, the small Berry and the large Berry. The small Berry is about the size of a Mouse with 0 XP or a Rabbit with 60 XP, and it gives 1.5 XP when eaten. The large Berry is about the size of a Mouse with 30 XP or a Rabbit with 150 XP and it gives same XP as small Berry when eaten. As of October 12, when 4 drops of water are shot at a Mushroom, it bursts into 5-15 Berries. Berries are one of three natural food sources, and have existed since mope.io was originally released. The Berry can be eaten by all of the animals.
Berries spawn from Berry Bushes, at a rate of about 3 berries per second. Some animals, including Foxes can hide in Berry Bushes, requiring the player to be cautious when eating Berries. Moles can no longer hide in Berry Bushes.
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When a large animal (at Lion or above) dies of thirst (or disconnects), it releases a large amount of food. It also has a chance to release an incredibly rare dark red food item, unofficially dubbed a "dark berry", that gives 500 XP per Dark Berry to the lucky animal who eats it. However, they no longer exist, as they were replaced by the Red Mushroom.
In the Arctic, Berries are replaced by Arctic Berries, which have different appearances, but have the same mechanics.
- Moles can no longer hide in Berry Bushes because of the December 18th update that said that Foxes are swapped with Moles.
- On October 31st, Berry Bushes were temporarily changed to orange pumpkin bushes that said "Happy Halloween!" on them.
- Berries were also temporarily changed to Pumpkins.
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