Continuation of the genus is a natural process of animals. Moreover, many of them produce offspring several times a year.
Of course, wild animals, as well as people, take care of their young, learn to find food and protect themselves from danger.
The least educational process isYoung very prolific small rodents. The offspring is next to the female for no more than 20 days. The main concern of their mother is the protection of small rodents from danger and feeding. However, most of the animals are born with the already laid skills, and the parents can only show by their example how to get food.
Larger animals raise their kidsFrom 1.5 to 2 months. Bright representatives of such animals are hedgehogs, rabbits, squirrels, and chipmunks. Jerzy, for example, produce from 3 to 7 cubs, which are born blind and with closed ears. At first, the female feeds them with thick milk, and when the little ones get stronger, teaches them to extract food by their own example. Young hares are born sighted and grow incredibly fast. Females feed them with milk for several weeks, after which the babies can already eat the usual food and go into an independent life. Therefore, the rabbits have offspring three times a year.
But large animals are moreResponsibly to the system of education of their children. In wolves, for example, this is not only the female, but also the male. First the she-wolf feeds the offspring with its own milk for 2 months, then the parents feed them with semi-digested meat food, and then they are taught to kill other animals, bringing them to the lair in the half-dead state. And only after the cubs get stronger, parents take them with them to hunt. The female remains with her offspring for about a year, and only in the new spring the already grown cubs begin an independent life.
The bears are engaged in the educational processOnly the female, which alone produces offspring in its den nearer to the spring. Before the first warm days, she feeds them with her milk, and in the spring, when the whole family comes out, small cubs begin to grow rapidly due to the large amount of food around. The female teaches them to look for food and protects them from danger. In autumn, small cubs fall into their first hibernation with their mother, and in the spring they begin an independent life.
Foxes give birth to babies in May, from 3 to 4 cubs. About 6 weeks they feed their own milk, and then extract for them prey. After a month or two, the foxes go into adulthood.
Well, lions, for example, inherent in the familyUpbringing. Since these animals live in families, the females take care not only of their own offspring, but also of the alien. After the kids stop eating milk, the lionesses begin to accustom them to an adult, full of dangers of life, and are taught to hunt. Adult males, as a rule, leave the pack in search of their own family, as they can not get along with each other.