They do it
Painted turtles need water and a place to bask. They need to have at least a twenty gallon tank.http://www.reptilesmagazine.com/Care-Sheets/Turtles-Tortoises/Painted-Turtle/
Turtles do not raise their offspring. After the eggs are laid, the mother turtle covers the nest and abandons it.
No. Snakes do not care for their offspring.
they don't take care of it.
Well, I'm probably getting a turtle soon and I have heard that red slider turtles and painted turtles are usually the most common turtles you would find in a pet store. If you take really good care of them and give them a good habitat they can live for decades.
Feed and nuture them
Cats care for their offspring far more than frogs do. Frogs do not care for their offspring at all. Cats, being mammals, feed their offspring milk, and take care of them while they are kittens.
Yes, they do
they take care of it until the point where it trys to fly and falls
Taking care of offspring is a time and energy consuming undertaking. If an animal produces many offspring there is little need to care for them all.