Father Day reminds us that a father is a great person in the world who fights to the best of his ability to raise his children. It is not only in humans but also in animals that they train their children in different ways. On Father day, we talk about the fathers of animals who care so much about their children.
Father Mouth First Nursery:
The catfish’s mouth is the baby’s nursery. He puts the baby’s eggs in his mouth and does not eat or drink until the eggs hatch. It takes a few weeks.
A Father Who Cares Like a Mother:
In South America, the monkey is a type of marmoset. A father begins to protect his baby from birth. When he is born, he cleans it himself and takes great care of his food and feeds it with his own hands, until the baby starts eating solid food.
The fox takes care of his children by giving them something to eat every four hours. The fox loves his children very much. As soon as he sees that his mother has somehow left, he invites his child to play and plays with her. When the baby is three months old, he is taught the first lesson of life that you will no longer have any food. You have to work hard yourself. A father never leaves his child hungry. He teaches his child different ways of hunting.
The Father Who Sacrificed:
Penguins protect their young for up to 60 days until the baby hatches. He hides the eggs in his feet to complete the process. And he doesn’t eat until his mother comes back. During this time he loses 25 pounds. In addition, food and water feed your baby. As soon as the penguin’s mother returns, she goes to the beach and starts eating.
Owls take great care of their children. When they are born, they are taken to the nest to protect them from the cold, birds, and other predators. Manages her meals. With the help of his wings, he warms the children so that they do not die of cold. When it is a month old and the baby is out, he learns to fly. That’s a good thing. Babies grow older than their parents and will need a quarter of the daily food intake as much as their body weight. They have to work hard for it.
When the wolf’s female gives birth, the wolf’s father is outside for security. It also manages the mother and baby’s diet. As the baby wolf begins to grow, the wolf teaches his baby how to keep himself alive. How to hunt explains its different styles.