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10 Mothers taken from National Geographic who are priceless

The pregnancy It is one of the most beautiful stages of a woman’s life, and also se applies to females of the animal kingdom.

The gestation period is different for each species. Panthers have a gestation period of 92 days, while that of chimpanzees lasts 255 days. Have you ever seen a pregnant animal?

Below we bring you a collection of adorable photos of some mothers from the animal world who are about to give birth to their young.

Take a look at the following moms from the animal kingdom:

Leopard

The gestation period for leopards is approximately 3 months. It varies from 90 to 105 days.

National Geographic in Spanish

Gorilla

Gorillas are the closest primates to humans. Gorilla gestation is very similar to ours: between 8 and 9 months. The young live with their mothers until they are 3 or 4 years old.

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Elephant

Their gestation period is one of the longest in the animal kingdom, reaching up to 2 years. It is the terrestrial animal with the longest gestation, about 22 months. They are some of the most intelligent animals on the planet, and when their young are born, they weigh about 120kg.

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Goat

Goats have a gestation period of approximately 5 months. Their breeding season goes from September to November, depending on the weather. Pregnant goats need to take special care, drink plenty of water and be well fed before and after giving birth. They are one of the most adorable species when they are babies.

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Macaque

The macaque is one of the most abundant monkey species in Asia. Their gestation period can last from 166 days to 185. Normally they only have one calf for each birth. The mother takes care of her young until it is 6 or 12 months old.

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Groundhog

Groundhogs are rodents with a gestation period of 32 days. They live as a family, with their partner and babies, in caves that they build themselves.

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meerkat

Meerkats are found mostly in the south of the African continent. Its gestation period is 70 days.

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Cheetah

It is the fastest land animal on the planet and its gestation lasts 3 months. Females normally give birth to 3 pups and take care of them until they are approximately 2 years old.

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Coyote

The gestation period lasts 9 weeks. They can give birth from 2 to 9 pups.

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Horse

The gestation period of the horses lasts between 10 and 12 months and they only give birth to one calf. They rarely bring twins.

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