Behavior Adaptions Suckling
By: Jose Sanchez
Suckling is a born behavior essential for baby mammals. Suckling helps accomplish basic life function. It's to give milk to from the breast or udder. Suckling ensures survival, since baby mammals can't feed on their own. Mother animals have to feed their young in order to make them grow and survive.
Baby deer needs to be able to feed, it goes to its mom to get milk.
Here the baby sheep is sucking milk from its mother.
Calf needs milk from it mother in order to grow.
Migration is moving locations during seasonal changes. Animals do this behavior to look for food. Animals also move in order to reproduce. Migration ensures survival because its helps reproduce and keep population stable.
Butterflies migrate in order to find food supply and reproduce.
Birds move in order to find mass supply of food in the north during summer and fly back south during winter.
Whales migrate in order to reproduce and keep population steady.