How long do shark pups stay with their mother?
Sharks don't stay with their mothers. They are hatched from eggs
and are independent from the time of hatching.
The mother does not feel safe and secure where she is at. This may be because of many different factors, however, most likely is the room is either too noisy or too crowded, especially if children are present. If you want them to stay in a particular room, you must provide a quiet, out of limits, area where the mother will feel that her pups are safe.
Roughly 63-65 days. Time may vary depending on the health of the mother, her size, and the pups growth. Generally, when you get close to the 60th day, be on high alert. Check her temperature,monitorher actions, etc... If her temperature reaches 98, then the pups are more then likely going to be born within 12 hours.
The whelping area should ideally be large enough that the puppies and mother can move within freely, and it should have an opening short enough that she can jump in without worrying about jumping on a pup. She should be allowed access to the pups in the whelping box throughout the whole first 5 or 6 weeks, at which time it may be a good idea to move the pups and mother to a larger…
shark would avoid each other unless there very hungry. they would not stay together for and example a tiger shark may spot a great white they may fight or kill but will most likely avoid but a great white shark mother after birth may spot the baby as food. the mother will not raise them she will go away or eat them.
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…