How are animals that are hatched from eggs fed by their parents?
Depends on the species. Some, like snakes and crocodiles, hatch as perfect miniature copies of the adults, and have to feed themselves on suitably sized prey pretty much from day one. They never get fed by the parents. Others, like some birds, are fed by their parents for quite some time before managing on their own. Some - like penguin chicks - get fed regurgitated food from their parents gullet/stomach. Others - like owls and eagles get fed scraps of meat that the parents pull from their prey.
Herbivore birds don't get fed as such, but the parents will guide them to places with good eating.
People feed them
Velociraptors reproduced by laying hard shelled eggs in nests. Then they would sit on the eggs to incubate them. After the eggs hatched, the mother fed and protected the hatchlings.
Pterosaurs probably buried their leathery eggs in the ground, similar to crocodiles and lizards. When the eggs hatched, the young either survived off of a yolk sack or were fed by their parents for a few days until the youngsters' wings grew enough for them to fly and fend for themselves.
Fossil evidence suggests that Pterodactylus buried their eggs in sand. When an eggs hatched, the hatchling was either fed by its parents for a few days or it lived off of its yolk sack for that time. Within a few days, the Pterodactylus would be able to fly, and would fend for itself.
No animal lives on Antarctica: it's too cold and there is no food chain there. Sea birds and sea mammals breed on Antarctica's beaches, because there are no land predators there. Some newly hatched and developing eggs, however, become prey to other breeding animals, so that their own chicks are fed.
Pterosaurs, like most reptiles, laid eggs and didn't give birth to live young. They buried their soft shelled eggs in the sand and after the eggs hatched, the hatchlings were either fed by their parents for a few days or were sustained by a yolk sack for that time. After that, the young Pterodactylus's wings would be developed enough for the creature to fly, and it would then fend for itself.
Where = In a nest hollowed out of a tree trunk. How = The bird's eggs are laid then incubated in the nest and once hatched the chicks are fed in the nest until they fledge.
Baby penguins are called chicks. When first hatched, they are grey and fluffy, lacking the colouring of the parents. A group of penguin chicks is called a crèche. Depending on the species of penguin, baby chicks hatch about 34-36 days after the eggs are laid. When first hatched, penguin chicks are fed on a milk-like substance produced by the father. Upon hatching, the chick starts calling immediately, so that its parents learn to recognise its… Read More
All pigeons are fed for the first few days of life with a secretion from the crop of the parents, usually called crop milk. It is a cheesey yellow food and is fed once the chick begs - soon after hatching.
Young Triceratops were raised by their parents. For some time after they hatched, they stayed in the nest and they were fed by their parents. After the young Triceratops could leave the nest they would travel with their parents, learning the skills they would need to survive later in life, such as where food and water is located and how to avoid predators.
They come from eggs that the bees lay and whatever egg is chosen to be a queen bee gets fed a special chemical such as royal jelly. Once they hatch you will know which bee that hatched will be your queen bee by its abdomen.
The same food all the other animals are fed.
Pterodactylus had a headcrest, which may have been used by males in displays to attract mates. Beyond that, we know nothing about how they selected mates. Pterodactylus would have buried their soft shelled eggs in the ground, similar to lizards and crocodiles. When the egg or eggs hatched, the hatchling would have either been fed by its parents or sustained by a yolk sack for a few days until its wings were developed enough for… Read More
eggs are and are not because it depend how the owner fed the chicken if he/she fed it healthy organic food the egg should be healthy. And no because the owner fed it junk chicken food.
All birds are hatched from eggs. Birds of prey rip up pieces of meat and feed it to their young where other birds create milk in their crops (a pouch just above their beaks) and feed the milk to their young
Animals are fed two times a day in a zoo.
Chickens can be fed two kinds of feed in farms: - grain feed - industrial feed the grain fed chickens are the "vegetarian fed" chickens. These are generally healthier because naturally, chickens are "vegetarians." industrial feed often has ground up pieces of other animals like hooves and bones and other odd and sometimes unhealthy ingredients. So if you have to choice, go with grain fed chicken meat and eggs. Hope that helps!
No, they are not. Just like people allergic yo soy getbsickneating oy fed eggs, people with luten intolerance CAN get sick from wheat fed eggs.
yes there very well fed
Vegetarian eggs are laid by chickens that have been fed a pure vegetarian diet. Unfortunately some chickens are fed other chickens to supplement their feed.
We know very little about how they raised their young. We know that most, if not all, dinosaurs laid their eggs in nests. Troodon and Oviraptor are known to have incubated their young by sitting on the eggs, like modern birds. Dinosaurs such as Massospondylus and Maiasaura fed their young, but Troodon young probably took care of themselves as soon as they hatched.
Of course they are fed. What they are fed depends on the species of the animal and the location of the farm in question.
It is believed that all mother dinosaurs laid their eggs in nests. However, only nests from some species have been found. Of these, Maiasaura and Massospondylus fed their young and protected them, but Troodon left the young to fend for themselves as soon as they hatched.
Animals are fed according to their classifications. Some animals that are called carnivores are fed with meat or other animals of its kind. Animals that are called herbibores are fed with fruits, vegetables or other plants. Still, some animals are called omnivores. These animals eatmeat and at the sme time, also plants. Theyare like carnivore+omnivore.
While emus will not deliberately destroy intact eggs, they will certainly eat eggs that have been prepared for them. They can be fed scrambled eggs, for instance.
yes. there are baby birds on the island. they get fed plastic because their parents fly over the water and mistake it for food -Mark Washington
I fed my wild dove mashed up grains blended with spinach or sprouts. REMEMBER GRIT
They are fed insects by their parents.
Silage is made from corn (maize) and fed to animals such as cattle or sheep. Cows are fed silage and give milk, so yes silage is the food of milch animals.
so the foxes can be fed|?
They should only be fed raw rodent. F/T I have however fed my snake fresh fertilized chicken eggs I bought from a farm and was incubating.
Young ravens are fed by both the male and female parent.
"Manager" (supervisor) "Manger" (a feeding bin for grain-fed or grass-fed animals)
Well when it lays hard eggs is your duck drinking properly?
It's the Zoo Keeper's job to feed the animals that they have in zoos.
It is inhuman
zoo keepers feed them
i don't know but i might be fed and mary
They feed on their own.
They are fed insects by the parents.
grower feeds are the one fed for the meat purpose and layer feed are fed for laying eggs
JFK had two animals. One was a man bear pig. and the other was a human that he kept in a cage and fed it rabbits.ALIVE JFK had two animals. One was a man bear pig. and the other was a human that he kept in a cage and fed it rabbits.ALIVE JFK had two animals. One was a man bear pig. and the other was a human that he kept in a cage and… Read More
well probaly the animals have to be fed 2 times a day
Meat that is from grain fed animals is unhealthy because of the large amount of saturated fat and omega-6 fatty acids it contains. These animals also are generally fed large amounts of hormones and antibiotics which can make their meat unhealthy. If you choose grass-fed or range-fed meats, they are very healthy.
What are the differences between internal fertilization and internal and external development of fertilized eggs?
Internal fertilization takes place inside the body of the female. It is necessary for animals which live on land (terrestrial animals) and is retained by aquatic animals descended form terrestrial ancestors eg whales and dolphins. External fertilization takes place outside the body of the female. It usually takes place in water, usually the environment in which the animal lives eg fish and amphibians. This is because eggs and sperm would dry out and die if… Read More
its fed to animals
Alfalfa is a grass often fed to grazing animals.
That can't be calculated.
they should because they get fed
you can probably take care of it till it hatches but once hatched there's about 3/10 chance of it surviving because it needs to be fed constantally,kept at the right temperature.basically round the clock care. so if you are trying to hatch a blackbird egg be aware of the work involved. hope this helps! from charlotte x