Does a mother alligator stay with the young?
For a few weeks after the young hatch. As they grow and disperse, her responsibility ends.
the mother alligator cares for her babies for 2 years
how long does a young snowy owl stay with its mother
They don't stay with the mother. There is no mothering done by sharks.
No. Most insects do not stay around long enough to see their young.
Nope - that's an often mistaken idea. The mother alligator 'scoops' the young ones into her mouth and carries them down to the waters edge - so they can swim away independently.
Until its young is old enough to leave.
To begin with, baby platypuses only stay with their mother. The father has nothing to do with raising the young. Baby platypuses suckle from their mother for three to four months. They then spend several more months with the mother, learning to hunt. Young platypuses stay with their mother for up to a year.
Lion cubs are weaned at 6-7 months of age but stay with the mother until they are 2-3 years of age.
A young dolphin stays with its mother for 5 years
Only the female cares for the young. The males have nothing to do with raising the young who may stay with the mother for up to a year.
a (young mountain) lion
The platypus is a monotreme (egg-laying mammal). After the eggs hatch, the young stay with their mother in a chamber at the end of a long burrow, and she nurses them. The young usually stay with the mother for three to four months.
Depends on the kind of monkey and where it is from.
the male and the female
they stay with there mum for up 2 to3 week and they go .
The young platypus stays with its mother for three to four months.
they can, but they usually stay grounded until their young can fend for themselves
When an alligator hibernates, it will find a cool damp cave to stay in, not underwater.
Red Pandas care for its young from being able to stay with their mother for 90 days. The young stay close to its mother before the next mating season. Reach adult size at 12 months. Live solitary lives.
The young stay with the mother for their first 6-12 months and then set out on their own.
Young platypuses stay with their mother for about four months (115-125 days).
An alligator can stay under water for up to 5 minutes, some times more.
Nope, only one parent stays with the young, and that's the mother.
only for 2 to 3 weeks
2 or 3 years
Alligators stay in florida .There it is very warm.
Alligators will eat other alligators on occasion. A mother alligator will generally watch over her brood for a while, once they're in the water, but eventually her instincts tell her it's time to leave. After that...any small animal in the water is potentially food, even her young.
Young camels are raised by their mother. They suckle for over an year and stay close to the cow's side.
When koalas are young they stay with their mother until they're old enough to leave and survive by themselves.
The mother usually keeps them warm... but mostly all the sticks and feathers and stuff keep them warm kinda like a blanket!
it is the alligator
What are is one way in which the development process of the beetle differs from that of the alligator?
Both the beetle and alligator develop throught the process of metamorphasis, but they differ in one way. The beetly transitions from egg, to larva, to pupa, to adult beetle. Contradicting to the development of the alligator which starts from egg and goes to young alligator, to young adult alligator, to adult alligator.
6 to 8 weeks
They stay with their mother for up to two years.
until its old enough to go out of its den
Female raccoons stay with there young until they are old enough to set out on their own. Sometimes they leave in the fall after their birth, others may stay with the mother through the first winter and leave in the spring.
surprisingly they actually hide their young in their mouths
the mother will stay with the young deer until it is approximately 1 yr. old some times longer. The young deer gets milk from it's mother at first and gradually learns what and how to eat by observing it's mother.
She is a stay-at-home mother of three young sons
A mother alligator carries her babies in her mouth.
Dolphins can stay with their mothers for a few months or they will stay with them for a few years, depending on how close it is to its mother.
A young alligator is called a hatchling. An immature adult may be called a juvenile alligator. A baby aligator is called a hatchling!! A baby aligator is called a hatchling!! A baby aligator is called a hatchling!!
They weigh 88 pounds, have a strong bond with their mother, stay with their mother for 2 years, are parenting, and they are in the wild
no they don't the mother and father animals stay together but the group comes second to their young
The male raccoon has nothing to do with raising the young. Only the female cares for them. The young may leave on their own after 6 months or may stay with the mother until the following spring.
the father would generally leave the young, but the mother would stay until the dolphin gets older. she will take care of the dolphin like a human would.
The young lynxes will stay with the mother until they are 9-10 months old before setting out on their own.
Usually between two and two and a half years.
Young platypuses stay with their mother for about four months (115-125 days). They are nursed for the first three months.
Young cheetahs stay with their mother from 13 to 20 months after birth. The male cheetahs do not help raise their young.