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Warm moments of motherhood in the animal kingdom

You will surely feel the tender affection and care of motherhood that mothers give to their young children.

Parental affection for their children is unlimited and unlimited. This is true not only for humans but also for our wild friends.
You will surely feel a moment of affection, tenderness and remembrance of your childhood while looking at these touching photos of motherhood in animals.
With each pregnancy, polar bears usually give birth to 2 cubs. As soon as the little one is ready, the mother carries them everywhere to teach hunting and other essential life skills. The mother bear always protects and covers her baby and is aware of the dangers that come from the surroundings.
Lions are predators that live in herds. While the female lions feed on the whole herd, the male lions are responsible for protecting and maintaining the territory.
Female lions raise babies without the support of male lions. Like a cat, the hottest moment of motherhood is when the mother lion is lying next to her cubs, resting and licking her “cleaning” feathers.
Only female Opossum mice have a sac to hold the baby. Baby Opossum mice are usually quite small in size, so from birth they find their way into the mother’s pouch and grow up there. When they are a little older, the puppies will climb on her back and “encourage” their mother to hunt.
The fox belongs to the family of small to medium-sized dogs, characterized by a long muzzle, large ears, and a bushy tail. Because she lives alone, after giving birth, the mother vixen often alone.
The dove is a species that lives in pairs. When the mating season arrives, the female will lay 2 eggs in a nest made of straw or a dry branch prepared by the male pigeons. Both male and female pigeons are involved in the breeding and care of the female.
They feed their babies with seeds, fruits, plants … What is special about other birds is that both males and females have the ability to secrete milk to feed their babies.
Squirrels are a large family of rodents characterized by a ruffled tail and large round eyes. Squirrels reproduce 1-2 times a year with a heterogeneous number. The baby was born toothless and the eyes are still closed and weak. Like most species, only the mother cares for and loves her child.
Brown bears often live alone, so when giving birth, females raise their children alone until they reach adulthood. Usually, females give birth to 1 to 4 cubs each year.
Each litter, giraffes usually give birth to a baby deer. From birth, the mother helps him practice the standing position. And in just a few hours, the baby deer can run and jump flexibly without the help of its mother.

At each birth, the mother elephant can only give birth to a baby elephant and this baby elephant will be the center of care and care of the herd. Other elephants also used their trunks to pet and pet baby elephants.
Sometimes baby elephants are raised by other elephants who are not their own mothers. The most special feature is that when you feel a threat, the whole group of elephants will come together to protect the baby elephant.
Penguins often live in groups, crowded by the thousands. With each birth, penguins give birth to 1 to 2 eggs. Both male and female birds are involved in this arduous incubation.
They often squeeze the eggs between the legs pinched together to keep the eggs always warm by body temperature. The mother bird transfers the task of incubating the eggs to the father when she goes out to feed.
Birds that play on necks usually breed on sandy coasts or brackish lakes. Each litter they lay 3-5 eggs. And 3 hours after birth, the young can run, jump and swim well with their parents. Both the mother bird and the mother bird will be involved in the care of the baby bird.
An otter is a carnivorous mammal with a long, flexible body with a thick waterproof coat; live underwater or in the ocean. Young otters are cared for by parents and other members of the flock.

Although the body is large and rough, hippos are quite flexible underwater and often dive into ponds and muddy lakes to avoid the heat.

Baby hippos are born underwater and from birth they swim to learn to breathe for the first time on water. When the water is too deep for them, the baby hippo usually climbs onto the mother’s back.

 Bored Panda/MyModernMet

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