What’s a baby alligator called?
Baby alligators (hatchlings) have a pointed “egg tooth” or a caruncle to help them break out of their shell. This tooth is soon lost after hatching. Hatchlings are about 8 inches long. A group of hatchlings is called a pod.
What is called baby of sheep?
Sheep A baby sheep is called a lamb. A ewe can have a single lamb or twins. … Goats A baby goat is called a kid.
What is elephant baby name?
A baby elephant is called a calf. Calves stay close to their mothers. They drink their mother’s milk for at least two years. The calf likes to be touched often by its mother or a relative.
How do humans mate?
Humans mate through a process called sexual intercourse. Human reproduction depends on the fertilization of a woman’s ova (egg) by a man’s sperm.
What are baby kangaroos called?
The baby kangaroo, called a joey, spends about 235 days in the mother’s pouch. Australia has about 120 species of marsupials, New Guinea has 53 species of marsupials, South and Central America have 90 species of marsupials, and North America has only two species of marsupials.