They sit on their eggs to keep them warm. Then when they hatch, they are healthy. They will also protect the nest from predators, such as cats, by swooping and clawing.
yes,for various times,depending on species.
Some do. Birds, except for cat birds and mockingbirds, lay on their eggs and take care of the babies until they start to fly. Fish, not so much.
Shrimp do not take care of their babies.
deer: it takes care of moose babies Fox: they take care of dog babies Hippopotomaus: they take care of rhinocores babies
Sharks leave their babies. it is not the same as can babies take care of babies. prostitute
They take care of their babies like horses do!
Jellyfish do not care for their babies.
Yes. All mammals take care of their babies.
The way Americans take care of babies!
of course,since they will have to take care of their babies by going to search for food to feed them till they can survive on their own..
Yes, mammals take care of their babies. They feed them with milk.
They take care of their babies by placing them in a safe place and by giving them food.
Well duh. How would they surivive?
They do not take care of their young.
the doctors that take care of babies is called a pediatrician. you could get mixed up with a nurse and a pediatrician but the difference is that a nurse doesn't only take care of babies and kids. they can take care of any size.
they cant get babies
When the babies are born both the male and female will feed the babies. The birds aggressively defend their nests and surrounding areas against other birds and animals.
No the slaves had to take care of their own babies. :( ruthless people!
Mother bats take care of their babies
does goldfish take care of their young
they take care of babies like humen do
Protect their babies in its nest.
A website where u could take care of babies is xivio.com. its also a virtual world!! HAVE FUN!!!!!!!!
Animals that care for their young are called mammals. When a polar bear has babies it take care of them . When a human has babies we take care of them up until usually 20.