The Wolf (Canis Lupus) are sometimes found alone, but that is usually when they have been driven from their pack, or are in search of new territory. A pack normally consists of a male, female, and their young and the size may change over time.
Pengiuns are example
All animals with hair nurse their young.
Young birds are called chicks or chickens. Animals have various names for their young.
There are many different animals that kill and consume young, sick, or small animals. These kinds of animals are called predators.
Animals do look after their young in many different ways - for example the mother of a young orangutan will carry her young on her back for a year, and makes a fresh "nest" for it to sleep in everyday. Other animals will neglect their young, and leave them to fend for themselves. Some young animals have to be cared for until they are able to walk, but others can stand up just a few hours after birth. See related link
There are quite a few animals that care for their young for a very long number of years. Humans are a great example.
Animals raise their young in packs because packs usually stay together for life they are loyal. Also a pack will watch out for the young ones as if they where their own so it keeps them safer.
Except for females with young, jaguars are solitary animals.
they hunt in packs for small animals ans young hummans
Although penguins spend a lot of time in the sea, they are land animals. They live most of their lives away from the sea, raising their young.
wolves, African wild dogs, banded mongooses, and elephants
Animals protect their young in different ways. Kangaroos for an example carry their young in a pouch while birds keep their young in a nest.
Echidnas are solitary animals. Apart from when the mother is raising young, they live completely alone.
Hunting game, raising young animals (chickens, goats ,sheep) and planting seeds
The male raccoon leaves the female after mating and plays no role in raising the young.
Male possums do not play an active role in raising the young joeys.
No they like to be alone most of the time and that is what they prefer.
Raising their young