The age in which a baby begins to feed themselves will vary. On average a baby will begin to feed themselves around 10 to 12 months.
To teach them how to do it for themselves.
snakes dont care for their young after birth...the mothers leave after they lay their eggs and the babies can feed themselves.
Most birds feed their babies what they eat themselves, only torn up into smaller pieces. Robins eat insects and worms.
Spiders don't feed their babies with milk. Baby spiders get their feed by themselves catching small insects and don't need mother's care.
do the parent seahorses feed there babies
They won't feed their babies if they have a human scent on them.
Horses stay with their babies until ready to be by themselves, they feed their babies with their milk until ready to eat normal foods. Hope it helped!
It depends on your current location, availability of certain places, enthusiasm to feed babies, the method of feeding, the condition of the human babies, your mode of transportation, the weather at the time, the location of the human babies you desire to feed, how many people are currently feeding babies at the place you desire to feed human babies at, the condition and type of the milk you desire to feed to the human babies, the method of feeding, the allowance of the parents/guardian, your trustworthiness based on past experiences feeding human babies milk, the impact the baby has on you, the location that you plan to feed the human babies milk, the age of the human babies you desire to feed milk to, the current and planned eating habits of the human babies you desire to feed milk to, the impact you have on the human babies that you desire to feed milk to, the impact the location you plan to feed human babies milk to has on the human babies, the time you plan to feed milk to human babies, and so on.
All mammals Breast Feed there babies/children.....:)
Hummingbirds feed their babies insects or regurgitate nectar.
Sponges have an incredible ability to feed themselves. Most sponges will choose to filter feed in order to feed themselves.
Female mammals feed their babies milk from their bodies.
the momma chews up the nuts and feed it to their babies
they feed by their habitat they feed by their habitat
you have to feed it.
Hummingbirds gather lots of various small insects to feed their babies
they have to feed their babies
Of course! But if Troodons were not related to mammals, they might not feed their babies milk.
The young feed themselves by eating micro bacteria and small insects
The female turkeys use their beaks to feed their babies. They pick the food up in their own beaks and then give it to the babies.
To feed there babies !
They don't. The babies are independent when they hatch.
One and milk