A baby Orca is in it's mothers tummy for 8 Months before birth.
The umbilical cord comes out of the mother with the placenta.
The umbilical cord send food to the baby
thier young drinks milk from its mothers tummy.
From the embilical cord
Although the baby is in the mothers tummy, it is not in the stomach, it is in a special place that ladies have beside their stomach called a 'womb'. In the womb the growing baby is attached to the mother by what is called an umbilical cord and placenta. These allow the baby and mother to share the food in her blood and this is how the growing baby gets its food (and oxygen from the air). If you look at your tummy you will have a little button in it called the navel. This is where your umbilical cord was attached to you when you were a growing baby.
take your cat to the vet and if is located where the umbilical cord was it might be a hernia
Just look! On the tummy......1 has only an umbilical cord and the other has the umbilical cord and a penis.
food, it also needs amniotic fluid to protect it. xx
The same amount of time as a tiger cub before birth.
the umbilical cord
Via the umblical cord that is connected to the mothers placenta. Dissolved nutrients from foods the mother eat flow to the baby system from the mothers placenta via the umblical cord. This is the reason why poor feeding by pregnant women affect the unborn child.
It only took 5-10 minutes until my umbilical cord came out.
If gorillas have the same sort of anatomy as humans, I imagine they get fed through the umbilical cord in the mothers stomach, this would happen when the mother gorilla feeds. This is only if gorillas have the same sort of anatomy as humans go. Hope this helped!
the mothers blood supply enters the fetus via the umbilical cord and allows to diffuse from the the mothers blood into the fetus.
The umbilical cord connects the baby to the placenta which attached to the mothers utuers. It provides oxygen, blood and nutrients to the developing baby via the mother.
yes, mothers unbilical cord
classical music makes u smarter, it was known to make baby smarter when still in there mothers tummy.
It acts like a cushion so it stops the baby from hurting its self inside the mothers tummy
http://www.expectantmothersguide.com/library/national/umbilical-cord-blood-banking.htm is helpful for prepairing.
First of all, babies stay in the mothers uterus (if they were in the stomach, they would be dissolved). The gestation period (time of pregnancy) of a tiger is 104-106 days.
In easy terms :When the mother drinks the alcohol it is absorbed in the mothers stomach and then enters the mothers blood stream,the baby and the mother share the same blood via the umbilical cord,this is how the baby gets nutrients and oxygen,so whatever enters the mothers blood stream will enter the babys blood stream through this umbilical cord..