Horses care for their offspring like any other mammal. They love and nurture it until it can walk and even then they have a connection with that horse. Baby horses also suckle from their mother as a baby human would with a mom.
Horses care for their offspring for six months to a yer.
They are the offspring of female horses and male donkeys.
No. Snakes do not care for their offspring.
A horses offspring is called a calf
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, mules are the offspring of horses and donkeys
The offspring of those two horses will be a great racer. An animal's offspring will inherit its traits.
Yes they are
the horses you can care them.
Having your horses teeth taken care of is called having the horses teeth floated.
blacksmiths or farriers take care of the horses shoes
How many offsprings do horses produce?
as long as they get together and as long as they are both horses, yes, there will be offspring.
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.
The mother looks after and provides milk for her offspring.
Sometimes a scorpion mother if Hungary can eat her offspring.
HORSES USUALY HAVE 1 BABY SOMETIMES TWINS BUT THATS VERY RARE....
Humans take care of their offspring generally till they are 18. But in some cultures it's as soon as they can marry them off, or they never stop fully taking care of the offspring till the parent themselves die.
Same way every other creature does.
Horses and donkeys can reproduce offspring because there they are so closely related they are scientifically classified in the same kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, and genus. Their offspring will often be infertile though.
Yes. But the hybrid offspring is sterile, owing to the different number of chromosomes in horses and zebras
she takes care of horses