The Warped Forest is a Nether biome that was added to Minecraft in the 1.16 update - Nether Update. It is completely filled with warped fungi trees and endermen. It is a relatively safe biome because no hostile mobs spawn there naturally.
The warped forest is dense and has a cyan color scheme. The forest's fog and particles have a dark royal blue tone. The floor of the biome is composed mostly of warped nylium, with some netherrack and warped wart blocks generating on the surface.
The vegetation of the biome includes fungi, warped roots, huge warped fungi, and twisting vines growing from the ground. Blobs of glowstone generate in the ceiling, and shroomlights generate on the huge fungus scattered around the forest.
The warped forest is a biome that can be found in the Nether, they are filled with fungi trees and endermen, and a few striders. This biome has a very distinct color palette which makes it quite easy to identify and also set it apart from other biomes.
A. Warped forests are actually generated quite often making them a pretty common biome.
A. Warped forests are mostly filled with endermen making it one of the safest biomes in the Nether.