Gravel has been a part of Minecraft since May 2009, when it was added to the game alongside other basics like sand, coal, and trees.
In the Nether, gravel generates naturally in large veins between Y=63 and Y=65 in one-block-deep layers.
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A gravel block falls until it lands on the next available block below it. When gravel falls on a player or mob, it can engulf the head, resulting in suffocation inside gravel until destroying the block, moving out of it, or dying.
If falling gravel lands in the space occupied by a non-solid block, (such as torches, slabs, rails, or redstone dust) or soul sand, it breaks and turn into a gravel item.The flint received can be controlled with enchantments. Fortune increases the chance to 14% at level I, 25% at level II, and 100% at level III.