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CBSE - XII Science - Biology - Evolution

 why is it so that primates' newborn takes a lot of time to become self dependent but this is not in the case with other animals and organisms ? do they really belong to earth?

Asked by upmaniousagarika 10th May 2016, 1:41 AM
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Parental care is one of the features of all animals. But we can say that in other animals, it is not as developed as in primates.

Under parental care, parents nurture the new born until it is capable of self-living.

In case of other animals, the parental care is not much developed but still in their early days the young ones are looked after and fed by their parents.

Answered by Expert 10th May 2016, 11:02 AM

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