How does producing a number of eggs or young help in the survival of animal?
The more young or eggs an animal produces the more likely more of them will survive to adulthood and be able to breed, thus ensuring the survival of the species. It's a numbers game, for example: I tell you to guess a number between one and ten. Who is more likely to get it right, the person who only has one guess or the person who has 3 guesses. More guesses mean more chances to get the correct answer.
Whales produce milke to feed their young
Courtship is necessary when an animal is selecting a mate. To ensure the survival of their young, animals select the best possible partner for their mate. Courtship is one way to determine this.
Blackbirds do have a number of young each year which they must care for until they can fend for themselves. Mating pairs will help each other take care of the young to ensure their survival.
The cells increase in size and number.
Because the eggs will be eaten while they are the egss and will not survive so fish produce a large number of young to guarntee a good survival chance.
Weddell seals and Leopard seals both birth live young and suckle them. These animals are not native to Antarctica no animal is (except for Penguins) but they come to the continent for the birth and nurturing season, to raise their pups to survival age.
Aniamls produce many egss in case the young die. If they produce one egg and the baby animal dies then that's no good. Producing moe increases the chance of having a healthly young
Young Animal was created in 1989.
the best animal to have when you are young is a dog.
Some Reptiles, Amphibians and Fish do this. They are said to be "ovoviviparous" which means producing eggs that are hatched within the body, so that the young are born alive but without placental attachment. An example of an animal that does this which has scales would be the Boa Constrictor. Another would be the Sea Horse.
It has two survival skills. Speed - it is the fastest animal on earth. So, no animal can chase and catch an adult cheetah. However young ones aren't as fast and are fairly vulnerable Camouflage - the skin of the cheetah is golden brown in color with black spots. This is similar to the color of the grasslands where they live and hence it is not so easy to spot a cheetah.
I would be a young animal because my second name is Humphrey and it means young animal.
Young Animal Arashi was created in 2000.
There are quite a few animals that care for their young for a very long number of years. Humans are a great example.
The relationship of humans to family is survival. Humans are one of the species that is designed by nature to survive as a species and an individual by relying on the family unit for producing and caring for their young; nurturing and training the young in the skills needed as adults; supporting and defending the life of their young until they are able to do it for themselves; and, in turn that doing the same… Read More
Animals that come to the Antarctic continent to breed can be threatened by the extreme cold and their babies by carnivorous animals intent on the survival of their young. Otherwise, no animal lives on the Antarctic continent.
Ovoviviparous - note that the third letter is an 'o', not an 'i' - means producing young by means of eggs that are hatched within the body of the parent - as in some snakes. This is different from * Oviparous - which means producing young by means of eggs that are hatched after they have been laid by the parent and * Viviparous - which means producing live young that have developed within the… Read More
No, chromosomes vary from species to species. A species is distinguished by individuals that can mate and have young that are capable of producing offspring. The number of chromosomes two individuals have must be the same for this to be possible.
Mornos don't exist.
Downriver by Will Hobbs is a young adult survival novel.
A mammal is an animal that gives birth to live Young.
They will die out eventually. If only a few stop producing then the population would go down. But if they all stopped producing they would all die out.
It is a type of baby animal.
Ability to survive Ability to collect food Ability to ensure the survival of young. Survival - escape predation, endure cold/heat, endure drought/flood, etc. Collect food - specialized senses, habits and appendages to access or pursue a new food source. Survival of young - specialized habits to care for young.
Many young or baby animals do not have the same animal name as the adult animal. A young fowl is called a chick or cockerel.
Mammals suckle their young
Energy is such a precious thing to all types of animals. Animals use energy to do things to help them toward there survival, such as a wild fox would use it and go hunt mice, or small animals so that it can feed its young, and things such as this. Energy is used by an animal to survive and thrive.
the young is called a calf when producing called mating
a suckling animal is a young animal or it can be of an age in wich it is not yet weened
when a seed begins to grow, the young plant uses the food stored in the seed. the spores of seedless plants don't have stored food to help a new plant grow. seeds can be spread by animals. the spores of a seedless plant are spread by wind. animals spread more efficiently than the wind spreads spores.
Prolificacy may be defined as the ability of female animal to produce lare number of young one in thier life span
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Most of them will not live to become adults. By producing a large number of young, it helps assure that SOME will live to become adults, and reproduce. Otherwise, all frogs and fish would have died long ago.
They require prey, water, and cover in which to stalk prey and have their young.
a young animal is born or hatched from an egg...
A young Goat is called a kid
It protects its young, has birth in a safe place
A young bear is called a cub.
the animal that swallows its young after its hatch from the nest is a crow because it dislikes the baby and does not want it
The animal that is most likely to eat its young is a alligator (if it had nothing else to eat)
There are a number of snake species as well as lizard species that give live birth.
They are an R-Strategist which means that they make many young for a higher chance of survival but don't take care of their young. BA
A female dog produces milk to feed its young ones.
Well, if it's producing milk for its young, then yes, you could milk it...
That is certainly a young age for producing semen.
Being pretty Being young Marrying well Producing male heirs Partying hard Dieing young
the way that a species creates offspring Reproductive strategies are theories associated with the natural selection of factors associated with the number of young produced ... or parental care of offspring. Books have been written on this topic. The simple answer is best described by a few examples. There are basically 2 extremes with this theory ... one is " K selection," which refers to a strategy of producing few offspring, but providing high levels… Read More
This is a young sheep.