How does the jaguar take care of its young?
hide them and camouflage perfectly and protect them with their lifes
Jaguar mothers find an underground burrow, under a thick patch ofplants or a cleft in the rocks to give birth. The mother defendsher cubs and teaches them everything they need… to know. The mothernurses them until they are between 3 and 5 months old. it protects its cub from being in dangerd
Rhinos are mammals, they succle their young and protect them whilethey are too small/weak to look after themselves.
by finding food for them and protecting them from all harm.
Zebras can run quickly
Jaguar parents are very caring. The watch their babies carefully and teach them how to do things patiently. Jaguars take good care of their babies. =D
The cubs are independent at around age two.
the cub drinks milk from his/her mom the mom teaches them how to hunt they stay with the mom for 2 years before leaving
they teach the jaguar how to protect themselves and when they are 2 they can do it themselves
yes they do
they leave there eggs behind they dont care for they have to grow up on there own with no support or protection.
i dont know but they do feed their young by regugitation
They don't. they usually die immediately after spawning, so they don't even get a chance to. Atlantic salmon, however, don't die after spawning, but they are so exhausted afte…r spawning that they go right back out to sea. The young act on their own instincts, which are very strong.
No they don't they eat them when they are small
A female and male jaguar may take care of its young for up to four years.