www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2013/09/the-species-of-animal-where-the-male-becomes-pregnant-and-gives-birth

Sep 13, 2013 ... As the male prepares to give birth, his pouch gets rounder and rounder. In the minutes immediately preceding birth, his muscles contort, ...

6abc.com/pets/live-giraffe-cam-april-the-giraffe-is-giving-birth/1876747

Apr 15, 2017 ... LIVE GIRAFFE CAM: April the Giraffe is giving birth. SHARE: share · tweet · share ... WATCH THE ANIMAL ADVENTURE GIRAFFE CAM LIVE: ...

evolutionj11.imascientist.org.uk/2011/06/how-do-animals-give-birth-do-they-feel-the-pain-when-they-are-giving-birth

Jun 21, 2011 ... Ed Morrison answered on 21 Jun 2011: All mammals give birth to live young like humans. After fertilization, the embryo grows inside the ...

nihealthcare.com/pregnant-women-avoid-animals-giving-birth

Pregnant women should avoid close contact with farmed animals that are giving birth, the government has advised for their own safety.

io9.gizmodo.com/the-law-that-forces-mongooses-to-give-birth-on-the-same-1487564316

Dec 24, 2013 ... Plenty of social animals have ways to police each other's behavior ... repressive system, which forces all females to give birth at the same time.

giphy.com/explore/giving-birth

Explore and share the best Giving Birth GIFs and most popular animated GIFs here on GIPHY. Find Funny GIFs, Cute GIFs, Reaction GIFs and more.

www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/photos/12-animals-with-the-longest-gestation-period/heres-to-mothers

Apr 28, 2010 ... We owe a lot to our mothers. They carried us for about nine months before giving birth. Human mothers have a relatively long gestation period ...

www.newscientist.com/article/dn26975-stunning-fossils-mother-giving-birth

Feb 18, 2015 ... A unique fossil captures this ancient ichthyosaur as she was in the middle of delivering her three offspring.

www.discoverwildlife.com/animal-facts/mammals/which-mammal-can-reproduce-the-most-offspring

Jun 12, 2015 ... Female white rhinos usually give birth for the first time at between six ... ever discovered covered 65,000km2 and was home to 400m animals ...