In 9-12 weeks the offspring will leave the parents and by the next summer the females will be sexually mature.
There have been few observations of aye-aye behavior in the wild, but they appear to have offspring every 2 to 3 years, so the offspring probably stay with their parents for about that long.
Paint does not affect how long the turtle can stay underwater..
no to long !
i oviously dont know nothing about turtle.....!
about 50 days
for 1000 years....
depending on witch kind of turtle you have is the truth if u have a land turtle they can stay out for about 20 hours sea turtles can stay out for about 4 hours
chipmunks stay with their parents for a week ,then they take off
how long do lemurs stay with there moma
they stay with therir parents for 3 to 4 years
i think dingoes have to stay with there parents for about 20 years.
as long as they need to.
yes it is normal for a turtle to stay underwater very long time especially when they are young it will come out sometime
Baby turtles dont stay with their mother. From the time that they hatch they are independent.
All rabbits need to live with its parents for at least 8 weeks. All rabbits need to leave the nest when they are 6 months old. That is when they are more territorial and will attack other rabbits.
they stay for 5 years
well not that long because since they drink there water they have to be in water the longest it can be out is about 20 min thank you and have fun with your turtle
Ostrich chicks stay with their parents for 10 months and then they go out on their own.
The baby turtle doesn't even see it's mom. The parent doesn't care for it.
about a year
yes a box turtle can swim but if they stay in the water to long they can drown so yes box turtles can swim
Penguin parents will stay with their offspring until their offspring have molted. The length of time until maturity depends on the species of penguin, with smaller penguins taking two to three months to mature, and larger penguins such as the King penguins taking up to 15 months to mature. Once the offspring is able to swim, they are old enough to take care of themselves.
Young turtles don't stay with their mothers. The female turtle lays her eggs in the sand and then goes away. The baby turtles hatch and from then on look after themselves
Not long. No turtle should EVER be left on it's back. Gravity will cause It's internal organs to be crushed. The lungs will not get enough oxygen and it will die...
snakes stay with their parents for about two weeks after they hatch, then their parents abandon them.
at the age of 7
About 2 years
About 8 months.
about three weeks
as long as they want to
No, frog parents don't stay with their eggs because the eggs are laid in water and frogs cant stay in the water for too long or they will drown.
the baby rabbits should be with the parents for 8 weeks at least.
a baby rhino stays with its parents for three years
Tiger cubs stay with their mothers for about two years.
About 18 months.
6 months at the most
About 4-6 weeks
About 2 years in the wild
about 2 yers
around a year
for about 3 weeks
about 2 weeks
I believe most policies provide that you can stay on a parents' policy as long as you're enrolled as a student (I'm not sure whether part or full time).
About 6-8 weeks. That's how long mine had to stay with it's parents anyway!!!
It is not a matter of how long kiwis stay with their babies, but of how long the young are able to stay with the parents. Depending on the species, kiwi chicks are old enough to leave the parents' territory when they are 4-6 weeks old. Southern Tokoeka may stay with the parent for up to 5 years.
3000 years adn eat turtle blood
Turtle eggs cannot stay in the water for more than 48 hours after they are laid or they will die.
Turtles can stay under water from one hour to five hours depending on the species, water temperature ect.
1-2 years they are very good parents.