How does the jaguar take care of its young?
hide them and camouflage perfectly and protect them with their lifes
The mother coelacanth keeps the fertilized eggs within her body forover a year. The eggs hatch inside her, and the fully formed youngcoelacanths emerge, ready to fend for themselves.
Jaguar mothers find an underground burrow, under a thick patch ofplants or a cleft in the rocks to give birth. The mother defendsher cubs and teaches them everything they need to know. The mothernurses them until they are between 3 and 5 months old. it protects its cub from being in dangerd
Rhinos are mammals, they succle their young and protect them whilethey are too small/weak to look after themselves.
A moose takes care of its young by keeping them close. They alsofeed them and teach them about their surroundings.
well since the male seahorse is the one that gets pregnant the female leaves and the male horse is the one that has the babys but a soon as they get born they are so tiny that the water makes them flow away=( they may be small but they find food really fast=)
Animals take care of their young either alone or with the help through social behavior. Animals who tend to stay in groups all seem to be helpful in taking care of the young. For example, if the parent left the young to get food, the other members of the group will stay to protect and take care of t…he young until the parent arrives. (MORE)
Octopuses are actually quite caring parents. Both the mother and father die not long after reproduction. The mother will care for the egg sac and will not eat after she mates, eventually starving to death either before or after the eggs hatch, leaving the octopus larvae to swim free.
they hold them by the neck just like a mother dog does! 1 they carry them by the neck and they would make eny sacrefice to let there baibes live
they teach yhem that life isn't fair! and to get over it.:) Leopards can climb and avoid most larger predators that way. they females stay with the young until they are 3
Clearly, they let their young tug on their mane, Cuddle them, teach them to roar, and teach them to hunt. Oh, and they also bring them food! Before a litter of cubs is born, its mother leaves the pride temporarily and finds a sheltered place for her cubs (such as a cave. or thick reed bed). This is …necessary because the older cubs could kill newborns just by playing with them (they are somewhat rough). The newborn cubs are born blind (their eyes don't open for a week) and helpless. Like any mammal, the mother lioness nurses her cubs. After 6 to 8 weeks, the lioness returns to the pride with her cubs. Now that she is back with the pride, all of the lionesses work together to raise the cubs. They share the duties to nurse, feed, and protect the cubs. The cubs are weaned at 6 to 7 months. The lionesses will sometimes bring a young animal (such as a baby warthog) for the cubs to practice hunting on. Sometimes, the animal gets away. By 3 years old, male lions are forced to leave the pride, because soon they could be a threat to the dominant males. Lionesses stay with the pride their whole lives, unless they are kicked out or the pride is destroyed, with most members dead. They teach their cubs to hunt and live and hide and be safe and in general, survive. The mother takes care of her cub(s) until it/they reach sexual maturity, Lions look after their babies the same way that humans do: they feed them, keep them safe and they give love and care. The only thing that is different with lions is that they need a bit more of extra safty, the jungle is a dangerous place, but lions are tought and brought up to live with it and like us. We can't imagine any oher way of living. (MORE)
Pigs as mammals feed through breastmilk. So the baby piggies have to drink from the mom's nipples for a while until they are strong.
This is going to sound gross but breast feeding and picking them up by there neck to move them places.
While the other parent is off searching for food, the parent staying behind vomits some food and feeds it to the young. After they return and mating is over, they feed it normal fish and such.. theyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy rrrrrrrrrrr soooooooooooooo sexxyyyyyyyyyyyyyy like meeee im mee…e at . sexysmartseph (MORE)
Jaguar parents are very caring. The watch their babies carefully and teach them how to do things patiently. Jaguars take good care of their babies. =D
Bats combine their babies to take care of them easier. They nursetheir young until the baby bats can begin to catch insects for foodwhich is about 6 weeks.
Frogs don't take a maternal or paternal role in raising their young. Some use the tadpoles as lunch.
well just like a human would take care of its young...making sure its clean, fed and protects it from harm. it carry's its young on its back
Thirty-five days after a treetop mating, the female gives birth to one joey. At about 0.5 grams and 2 cm in length, it crawls into her rear opening pouch and attaches itself to one of the two teats. After about five months, with its eyes open and its incisor teeth emerged, the joey makes its firs…t appearance outside the pouch. During this time, the mother produces a green faecal pap that inoculates the baby with the necessary bacteria for a gum leaf diet. The joey leaves the pouch at about seven months and clings to its mother's back. This is when the joey learns to climb and find its own food. At about twelve months, the joey is a self fed and relatively independent juvenile. Koalas are marsupials and they nurse the young of of the milk produced by mammary glands. (MORE)
Many turtles, most snakes, most fish, almost all insects do not care for their young. All mammals care for their young to some degree. well there is frogs and turtules really i am not sure if there is anymore lol !!
Like any other bird.They feed there young the same way,they do the same thing as any other bird
the cub drinks milk from his/her mom the mom teaches them how to hunt they stay with the mom for 2 years before leaving
Swordfish are predatory, solitary fish. They lay there eggs, andleave their young to their own devices. Swordfish have beenreported to eat their own young.
they teach the jaguar how to protect themselves and when they are 2 they can do it themselves
The parent Anacondas do not take care of their babies I am sorry to say.
A mother lynx nurtures its young until they are one year of agethus ready to reproduce.
No the female hermie throws her eggs into the ocean, where they develop, find a shell, get out of water, and never can breath underwater again.
The fish take care of there young by going out and finding them some food and bringing it back to them and letting them it. When the little fish want to go out the big fish fallow!
They really don't do very much.. They're nursed 2-3 times, per day, for 5-10 minutes, then momma leaves. The babies are weaned at 2-4 weeks, and the mother just leaves them.
they leave there eggs behind they dont care for they have to grow up on there own with no support or protection.
They don't. they usually die immediately after spawning, so they don't even get a chance to. Atlantic salmon, however, don't die after spawning, but they are so exhausted after spawning that they go right back out to sea. The young act on their own instincts, which are very strong.
The birdy woved his parents and the mama and daddy birdies cared for him and feed him and give him lots and lots of care hugs and kisses from their wittle heart.
Now then, i am no crustacean specialist, but i do know that many relatives of crayfish pay no more attention to their young once they are born. This makes it rather unlikely that crayfish care for their young like mammals, birds and other animals do. Coryn02
Yes they do, the female take care of it for a short time, hopes this answer helps!
After a 15 month pregnancy, a giraffe gives birth to a baby who is about 6 feet tall. Since the mama giraffe's birth canal is about 6 feet off the ground, the baby slides out, feet first and flops over. This is a good thing. Its like the doctor slapping a human baby's feet to get her breathing. (In …a number of zoos, the keepers thought it was a good idea to catch the baby, but they discovered it was not breathing, so they had to gently drop the babies to get them started. Now zookeepers know enough to stay out of it.) Giraffes get mothers' milk, which is about 6 feet off the ground. There was a giraffe born in England named Margaret, who was only 4 1/2 feet tall, so the keepers have to milk the mom and feet Margaret with a bottle, because she could not reach her mom. In nature, the babies drink milk, like calves do. They stay close to their mothers. Giraffe mothers lick their babies and stay close to them. The giraffes all stay together in a herd, so they can keep an eye out for each other. A giraffe defends itself with a good, hard kick. So, if something tried to mess with the herd, it would get kicked. (MORE)
It doesn't. When a female iguana is about to lay eggs she digs a burrow and lays the eggs there. After that she abandons them. When they young hatch they must fend for themselves.
Many species of skink are oviparous reproducers, meaning they lay eggs. Some oviparous skinks immediately abandon their eggs, others stay with the eggs until they hatch. Other skinks are viviparous, meaning the birth live offspring. Many of these offspring will remain with the parents for several mo…nths. (MORE)
Because they are mammals and most mammels have an instint too look after them, just like monkeys ect, without doing so, it would leave their young in danger of starvation or predetors
The ankylosaurus took care of their young terribly, they defecateon their eggs because they don't like them and sometimes maby eatthe eggs. The ankylosaurus is terrifying, it could even eat ahuman!
In April, two to ten babies are born in a burrow. The nest is lined with fur from animals that the weasel has killed. The mother watches them closely and takes good care of them. In about five weeks their eyes are open. Young weasels begin to hunt when they are about two months old.
The simple answer is - they don't !... Once a baby snake is born or hatched - it is completely independent of the parents.
Horses are naturally herd animals, and therefore, they're not predators, they're prey. So that means that they need to be able to run away as fast as possible, and as soon as possibble. The mare will give birth to the foal and then once born, if it needs to it can stand and run with the herd within …hours of being born. The mother will produce milk for the foal, until it no longer needs it, then they will stay in the herd together, but might be very close, or not. (MORE)
There are numbers of animals that do not look after their young, such as: The Sea Turtle Fish (that includes sharks) Snakes Many Insects - butterflys ect. Lizards (only some) Lobsters Some humans (sorry! but some don't)
they put eggs on their back and bring them to a place of water and when they hatch they are on their own
A female and male jaguar may take care of its young for up to four years.
Yes they do. Mustangs are a breed or or a type of wild/feral horse, not a name for a particular gender of horse. Mares that are Mustangs generally take care of their foals, but the stallion is also responsible for their care by providing protection of not only the mares but the foals as well.
It is unknown whether Allosaurus raised their young or whether the hatchlings immediately fended for themselves. In any case, Allosaurus probably didn't raise their young until adulthood, as juvenile Allosaurus had special adaptations for hunting. Young Allosaurus had proportions different from adul…ts that allowed them to be faster runners. This suggests that they hunted on their own using different strategies from adults. If they were raised by parents, most likely they would have been fed and protected by their mothers. (MORE)
The female mother ferret called a "Dam" does all the rearing of her offspring that are called "kits". She has a litter of 6-8 young (kits), 42 days after mating. The dam will start preparing her nest about two weeks before birth. The female nurses and cares for the young, the male has no role in rai…sing the kits. The young are born blind, deaf and helpless and covered with a fine white fur, totally dependent on their mother for about three weeks. Kits weight at birth five to fifteen grams. If the female ferret feels that her kits are threatened in any way from an human or animal, she might cannibalize or eat them. She does that to come into heat again, rather that letting a predator get them. About 3 weeks of age, the kits will began to eat solid food, while continuing to nurse. Their hearing develops and eyes are opened at about 4 weeks. Kits are mature enough to be weaned at about 6 - 8 weeks and leave the mother. At birth it is important that you do not handle the kits, and do not disturb the nest unnecessarily for at least five to seven days. Be cautious when approaching the nest, the mother is very protective of her kits and may bite you. If the Dam feels that her litter is threatened or faced with the threat that a predator will kill and eat her young, she does not surrender her litter, but will kill and eat them. Most Dam's (mom ferret) are very good mothers and will train their babies when it's time to start eating solid food, she will drag them to the food bowl, and will litter train them as well. Kits must be socialized by humans after 27 days of age. Baby ferrets still with the mom? They need to be in a safe secure place with nesting materials - In the UK for outdoor courts they use cubs and nesting boxes (shoe size box with a round hole for access). In the US - a mom ferret with kits need to be kept in a separate pen or cage from other ferrets. . (MORE)
The Bushmaster, lachesis muta muta is the largest Pit Viper in the world with a nasty reputation as a "cruel dude". The Bushmaster is a huge, thick-bodied and highly venomous snake with a triangularly shaped head, one of nature's warning signs that a snake is poisonous and potentially deadly. Bush…masters live in remote, heavily forested tropical jungle terrain. Isolated in their jungle environment, envenomation by a Bushmaster is very serious, sometimes fatal and particularly dangerous to humans. It is important to familiarize yourself with wilderness survival before entering Bushmaster territory because often snake bite victims are miles and miles away from any traditional medical help. The Bushmaster is the largest venomous snake in the New World, often reaching lengths in excess of 6 feet with a maximum recorded length reaching an amazing 14 feet! The Bushmaster has a prominent dorsal ridge and an upturned snout with well defined body scales, keeled and extremely rough. Identifying Bushmaster body color hues range from light brown to shades of pale pink with a series of dark brown or black blotches markings running the entire length of the body including the tail. . The Bushmaster has earned this fierce reputation, known to aggressively attack man but only few human attacks have been recorded due primarily to the Bushmaster's nocturnal nature. Even if they do attack only occasionally, the Bushmaster is greatly feared by people indigenous to their jungle habitat. Appropriately named in English, the name Bushmaster when translated from Latin means "Brings Silent Death". One of the largest and most dangerous snakes in South America, the Bushmaster is capable of multiple bite strikes, injecting large amount of venom and even the bite of a juvenile Bushmaster can be fatal. In the case of envenomation, a polyvalent Crotalidae Antivenom is recommended and contains all the necessary fractions to neutralize the venoms of all Central and South American species of Lachesis. . The Bushmaster has extremely long fangs - not as long as those of the Gaboon Viper who has the elite distinction of having the longest fangs of any snake in the world (reaching over 2.5 inches), but still extremely dangerous. These long Folded Fangs function like hypodermic needles designed to penetrate deeply, grab and hold onto prey while the snake injects its victim with immobilizing venom. Snake venom delivered by the Bushmaster has powerful Hemotoxic properties affecting the circulatory system destroying red blood cells causing organ degeneration and generalized tissue damage which can be fatal if left untreated. Sharing territory with the Tropical Rattlesnake, the Bushmaster ranges throughout the countries of Brazil, Costa Rica, Guyana, Nicaragua, Panama, and Trinidad. The Bushmaster has the unique distinction among reptiles of having the infamous 158th Infantry Regiment, Arizona's First Volunteer Infantry later organized into the 45th Division after World War I, honor this snake by taking the name "Bushmasters" for their Regiment. Trained in jungle warfare in the Panama Canal Zone, this Infantry became so famous for their newly acquired jungle fighting skills the regiment adopted the name "Bushmasters". General MacArthur himself personally selected the Bushmasters Regiment to be sent under his command to Japan during World War II. It was this elite military Regiment that proceeded two days ahead of America's famous D-Day, to silence Japanese air warning stations. Education is key to understanding both the beauty and potential danger of these poisonous snakes which are best observed and appreciated from a distance. Snakes, including poisonous snakes deserve our respect - vital to a healthy ecosystem, they are very beneficial to man. Nature has given snakes the assignment of rodent population control. Snakes being broad spectrum cold-blooded carnivores, tend to take up residence where there is an abundance of prey, particularly mice and rats. Snakes help us sustain a healthy balance of life in natural ecosystems by eating a variety of prey including small rodents, birds, frogs, large insects, lizards and often, even other snakes. Common Name: Bushmaster Scientific Name: Lachesis muta muta Snake Family: Viperidae Description: The Bushmaster is the largest Pit Viper in the world. This snake has a triangular shaped head with rough scales. Long and heavy-bodied in shades of brown to pale pink with dark brown or black blotch marking running the length of their bodies. Characteristics: Caution! Known to aggressively attack, particularly when agitated or startled. Reproduction: Oviparous (egg bearing) with 4-12 young hatched in the Spring. Length: 2 - 3.7 meters (Approx. 3 -12 ft) Habitat Distribution: Tropical forested areas throughout Central and South America including the countries of Brazil, Costa Rica, Guyana, Nicaragua, Panama, and Trinidad (MORE)
No they give birth on water, and allow their children to drown. If the young dragonfly is smart and strong enough, they will fly to safety...
Mother koalas can only have 1 baby a year but up to 6 in a lifetime. Koalas are like kangaroos, they have a puch on their stomach,so when the baby koala (Called:Joey) is born they climb into theirmoms pouch and attaches themselves inside, they grow fur, getsbigger, the eyes open. it lives in the pou…ch for six months, thenit transfers onto the moms back and nurses and hangs out there, bythis time the baby koala looks like an acctual koala. so when thenext joey is born, last seasons baby is fully ready to live ontheir own and leavs the mom :) Btw this may have a lot of typos hehehehe (MORE)