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Lion cubs open their eyes about 10-14 days after birth.
Female wolves have litters of one to eleven pups in a lair that may be a cave, a hollow tree trunk, a thicket, or a hole in the ground. The pups normally stay with the p…arents until the following winter but may remain much longer and become a pack, establishing and defending a territory marked by urine and feces.
once a year
Wolf pup. Cubs is commonly for young bears. But you fergot, Cubs are allso referd as Big-cat's cubs. You know, the baby cats, are kittens. But for all of you there, demst…icated cats aka: The house cat, they babys are referd to, as kittens.
Milk when they are very young. TWhen the cubs are old enough to start eating meat, the adults in the pack will eat as much meat as possible after making a kill then return to …the cubs. The adults will regurgitate some of the meat they have eaten for the cubs to eat. It sounds gross but its the fastest and safest way to carry the meat back to them.
Tiger cubs open their eyes when they are about ten days old.
They can have up to 3-4.
sometimes they are called cubs, but usually they are referred to as pups.
Well, around their first month to second month of their life. They are never fully blind because of their other senses, but overall, blindness in sight is kinda correct at bir…th.
They began experimenting with it in 1914, and it became an official part of scouting in 1916 when BP published The Wolf Cub's Handbook.
First off, there is no such thing as a "wolf cub." Secondly, wolves are pups when they are first born. They become a wolf when they reach a year to two years of age. A wolf …is not a wolf before it is a pup: it is a wolf AFTER it is a pup.
No, they would not. Further to that, they could not. They are genetically too different to have a sterile child between them. (This is opposed to a horse and an ass which wh…ile different species can create sterile mules.)