If they're canniballs...
yes they do
Yes, the father teddy bear hamsters do eat their babies so if your hamster has babies separate the male from them.
None. Oxen don't have "babies." This is because most oxen, if not all, are males, mainly castrated, that are trained to pull carts, not to be bred to produce "babies."
Oxen are castrated males that are used for draft work. Oxen do not produce calves (nor babies).
the males will eat and kill the babies
Males should not be with females during pregnancy or birth. It cant be with the babies until they are big. The male will eat the babies. You have to separate them after they mate
No, males can't have babies.
As babies they mainly just have milk. When they grow older they eat fish.
Hyperventalating means, your lungs start to over expose themselves and you can not breath. Most common in older males, and young children/babies.
No males do not have babies, or eggs in the case of most lizards. It is the female that has the babies.
because they are GAYYY
Male hamsters sometimes eat their young. I would suggest putting him in his own cage and keep the babies with their mother for the first 6 months or so. Though, it also depends on the breed of hamster. Syrian hamsters cannot be kept with the female after they mate and give birth, because they'll eat the babies. Dwarf hamsters, however, can live amiably in groups, and the males actually help raise them. Also, depending on the breed again, I'm sure you can actually separate them earlier if they're weaned.
Sometimes, but most girls like males near their own age. If they like older males, it may be that they are intrigued by their experience.
No. Males of most species are not capable of having babies.
No, Bigfoot does not eat babies.