It is safe to feed infants water as soon as they will drink it.
If the cage is too small to put food and water in, you need to get a larger cage. Depending on the age of the babies it might be too stressful to move them right now. You don't want to stress out the mother or she may kill her babies.
The babies stay with their mothers. They begin to travel with the herd at a very young age.
You haev to put plenty of food and water for the mother and babies. Just try to put it as far from the babies/nest as possible, and do it as fast as you can.
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Dolphins can give birth when they are between the ages of six and thirteen. This most commonly happens at age eight, though.
yes, though babies get enough liquid from milk they still need to take water.
Do not give him milk. Have water and seeds readily available. They mature faster than other animal babies.
Lazy and bigger nipples means ready to give birth
They can have babies from 5 to 7
At the age of 8-10 can bottle-nose dolphins have babies.
babies start talking about age at 2 years old
they drink milk from there mothers otherwise just give them water