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Giving birth and raising little ones is hard for others than humans, too...

Rated 0 points - posted 8 years ago by irina in category World.
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Elephant Seal Report Abuse
Worried about those few pounds left after you had a baby? Well, I don’t think elephant seals do think a lot, they gain about 600 pounds during the pregnancy.
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Sea Louse Report Abuse
The sea louse babies may seem nice, but they will kill the mother and eat her.
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Alligator Report Abuse
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Whale Report Abuse
The baby whale is nursed for about 8 months, when the little one is about 16 meters long. It drinks about 100 gallons of his mother’s milk every day.
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Chimpanzee Report Abuse
The mother chimp has to take care of her offsping the most, the baby chimpanzees stay at home for almost seven years.
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Possum Report Abuse
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Oyster Report Abuse
An oyster can become a mommy for 100 million young in her lifetime.
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Elephant Report Abuse
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