You should separate them before she has the babies because almost right after she gives birth she can become pregnant again and you will have bunny explosion!!! Separate them!! The world does not need more bunnies!!!!! :) hope that helps.
Separate the male so they won't re-mate. If you don't when the kits are due, the male could carelessly trample on the kits and kill them.
Yes you have to separate the male gerbil from the female with her babies because if you leave the male with the female and her babies the male will kill them.
You should separate the buck right after the mate. This is because the buck will want to re-mate with the doe. Also make sure the buck is far away from the kits!
Yes, separate the dad from the kits when they are born. Te dad will trample and kill the kits.
You must separate the male from the female rabbit. Generally a male rabbit won't kill his offspring. But once the deed has been done, in the wild the male rabbit will usually leave the female and leave her to do her thing.
Once you see that the pregnant female is larger you should separate the male from the female
Male from the female what exactly...?
Male and Female gametophytes are in separate plants
a male is a hob and a female is a jill babies are kits :)
First separate the male from the kits (he will eat them) then leave the mother and kits alone, if she feels threatened she will not feed them and the kits will die.
Hydrangea have complete flowers. They do not have separate male and female flowers. They do not have separate male and female plants.
Gladiolus is a complete flower. The flowers have both male and female parts. There are no separate flowers for male and female. There are no separate male and female plants for gladiolus.
Male rabbits are bucks.Female rabbits are does.Young rabbits are called kittens or kits.
The female is Normally called a Doe, and a male is called a Buck. Also, baby rabbits are called Kits.
Well, male cats cannot obviously have kits. In Warriors, it is the same for male and female medicine cats. They cannot have kits whatsoever. EDIT: It also says medicine cats cannot have mates.
The male ferret mates with the female and goes his own way. The mother ferret gives birth and raises her kits alone.
There are no separate names for male and female hedgehogs.
The male rabbit should never be housed with the female rabbit. He should never be introduced to her habitat. To breed she should be taken to his cage and removed after they are done breeding. The male rabbit should NOT be exposed to the kits.
After giving birth to the babies separate the male from the female and babies or else the male will try to kill them. after a few week or so separate the mother and then separate the female and male babies or else they will mate at an early age and have undeveloped babies
A dioecious plant is a plant species that have separate organs of reproduction, male and female reproductive organs, on separate male and female plants. Monocious plants have male and female reproductive organs on the same plant.
Yes because the male will try to kill the female and the babies
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Some plants have flowers with both male and female organs. Other plants have separate male and female plants.
Yes, it is best to separate a pregnant female rabbit from the rest of the rabbits.
A female ferret is called a Jill.A mother ferret of a litter is called a Dam.An unspayed female is a Jill, A spayed female is a Sprite.A male is a Hob, and young are called Kits.(In Germany they call kits puppies.)