What do babies do in the summer?
The same thing they do the rest of the year...eat, poop and be adorable:)
through experience about 3 to 6 babies for guinea-pigs and if your gonna breed them be sure to do so that the babies are born in the summer so put the boy in at the middle of spring (theres more vitamin c in the grass and it will help the babies grow if you do it in the winter they come out very small and after a few days they die)
I have noticed with the swans on our river, that they nest during April and May. The babies stay with the parents all summer and fall, then in late January or February the babies are just gone 1 day. I have watched this happen for the last 4 years. I haven't seen the process of the babies leaving or how it happens, all I know is that they are just gone 1 day.
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Usually during hunting season (fall)) because they want to get food for their family, and when it's summer, when there isn't hunting season, that's when other animals are born like the female Deer. So I'm gonna say when it's during summer when it's warm and there are food around to feed their squirrel babies. So any warm months and when there's greens around. (April- September maybe?)
No, animals in Antarctica do not hibernate or migrate in the summer because that is when they have to take care of thier babies and get food for them. During the winter most of them hibernate because Antactica is turned on the side of the Earth where their is no sunlight. Penguins, don't do anything but huddle to keep warm.
Some bats live together in big colonies during the winter. Several hundred males and females may huddle for warmth, hanging upside-down in a cave or old building. In the summer, only females (girls) live together in a maternity (mother) colony of up to several hundred bats. Each mother bat has one or two babies in early summer. The babies cling to their mother's furry belly and drink milk. The mothers and babies all huddle together…
Babies that could not be nursed by the biological mother frequently were given to a wet nurse until they could be weaned. Babies that had to be put on cow's milk tended to get something called "Summer Complaint" and frequently died. It was probably a form of food poisoning from lack of refrigeration.