How Do Animals Protect Their Young?

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Different species of animals protect their young in many different ways. One basic type of protection common amongst most species is to hide one's young from predators.
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they will protect it from harm. and if it was a human hunting a young tiger the mother will eat the human or do something bad to its enemy.
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Some animals that eat their young are: dogs, cats, rodents (mice, rats, hedgehogs, squirrels, hamsters, gerbils), insects and several species of fish.
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