1. African Elephants
Female elephants have the longest gestation period of any mammal (22 months), and after a very lengthy pregnancy mums have no time to rest. Baby elephants are now not solely born nearly blind but they depend on their trunks and moms for everything, their mums will generally nurse them for 4 to six years.
In a phenomenon regarded as "allomothering," other girls in the neighborhood assist to care for the calf. Females will stay with their natal herd for the rest of their lives, however men depart the group between the a while of 9 and18.
African elephants live, on average, between 60 and 70 years
2. African Lions
Lionesses can give start to cubs at some stage in the year and they will fiercely appear after them until they can fend for themselves when they are about sixteen months old.The cubs will stay with their mums till they are two or three years old, however girl lions stay with their sisters and daughters for the relaxation of their lives.
The common lifespan of a girl African lion is between 10 and 15 years.
Female alligators are very protecting of their younger and when it is time for their infants to hatch, mothers will carry every egg in her jaws from the nest to the water to protect them from predators. They will remain searching after them after about a year.
Alligators live, on average, between 30 and 50 years.
The maternal bond is so robust that Chimpanzees love and care for their mom and vice versa even after they grow up into adults.
Dolphins are a species that have a caring, nearly maternal behaviour toward their own and others. Not surprisingly, most dolphins feed their kiddies their prosperous breast milk for two to three years.