Yes a Mother Wolf cares for their young ones they take care of them until they can hunt and survive on their own
Spiders don't take care of their young, the spiderlings leave as soon as they hatch.
The male doesn't . In fact, he may kill a pup.
Yes, mother wolf spiders carry their young.
The mother and the entire pack.
Wolves care for the babies by scruffing their babies and carrying them around by their scruff
Both the male and the female wolf takes care of the pups. Wolves are monogamous, which means the males and females stay in mated pair for long periods of times, in the wolf's case for life (until on or the other dies), and both animals take care of the young. While the female nurses and looks after the pups, the father and the rest of the pack hunt and bring food to both the mother and the pups when they get older.
they take care of each other like wolf packs take care of each other
in a cave or den that they dug themself
A 'Whelp' is the term for a young dog or wolf. 'To Whelp' - 'To give birth to..' When a puppy/cub is part of a litter still under the care of the dam(mother) it is one of the whelp.
a gray wolf cares for its young by feeding whatever it hunts or makes sure it is safe hidden a small-like cave they live in.
until its old enough to go out of its den
It depends on the type really, a Mother wolf spider will Carry its young on here back whereas some species leave their young.
Depends entirely on the species. The mother wolf spider will carry the young on her back until they are ready to disperse - the children are very hungry and cannibalistic when they are born so she must take care to let them off at different locations. Others may feed on some of their young as they hatch, but for the most part, spidelings will hatch and spread out in different directions.
the adults are the strongest in the pack and the have really sharp teeths and claws
If your talking about wolves than its very simple. Both parents take care of the cubs/pups. The mother stays in the den while the father goes in surtch for smaller prey like rabbits,beaver,squirrel,mouse,ect. He would do this every day and bring half back for the mother and cubs/pups. When the young are old enough to make their own body heat and can walk,it's the mothers turn to stretch her legs and hunt. While the mother is old hunting the father hangs back and guards the den. And if they are in a pack than the whole pack takes part in raising the young!
A young Wolf is normally known as a cub.
A young wolf is called a pup or a whelp.the name of a young wolf is called an pup
Different animals care for their babies in different ways. For example, the cat is a very caring and loving mother who will act protective over her young, like most animals do around their babies if they are threatened or in danger. The mother, if she is alone, will have to bring up her young herself, but if she is not alone and has other animals of her type with her, they will bring up the young together. It is like a wolf pack. They rear the cubs together as a group, whereas the cheetah is left alone to care for her babies. I hope this answered your question:]
it feeds it and will kill anything that threatens it
What does a maned wolf do to protect its young?
A baby gray wolf is called a pup. a mother gray wolf will give it it's milk ( sulliva ) A father will protect it by hunting the creature who's harming the pup
The mother wolf who raised Mowgli was named Raksha
Only if their mother provides it for them- they would too young to prey upon it for themselves.