3 Months Baby Development

3 months baby development
    baby development
  • Child development stages describe theoretical milestones of child development. Many stage models of development have been proposed, used as working concepts and in some cases asserted as nativist theories.
  • Each of the twelve named periods into which a year is divided
  • The Months is an Italian literary fairy tale written by Giambattista Basile in his Pentamerone.
  • A period of 28 days or four weeks
  • A period of time between the same dates in successive calendar months
  • (month) a time unit of approximately 30 days; "he was given a month to pay the bill"
  • calendar month: one of the twelve divisions of the calendar year; "he paid the bill last month"
  • A performance appraisal, employee appraisal, performance review, or (career) development discussion is a method by which the job performance of an employee is evaluated (generally in terms of quality, quantity, cost, and time) typically by the corresponding manager or supervisor .
  • three: the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one
  • three: being one more than two

Golden Lion Tamarin
Golden Lion Tamarin
Golden Lion Tamarin: Gleaming, golden coat and mane. Long tail. Well developed canine teeth, resembling short tusks. Status: Critically Endangered Distribution: Now only exists in the 9000Km2 of forest remaining in the state of Rio de Janeiro in South America. Sexually mature:2 years Approx. nbr. of young: 2 Life span: 10 years Description: In their natural habitat, the costal forests of SE Brazil, Golden Lion Tamarins spend their day foraging for food such as fruit, shoots, small lizards, and especially insects. They dig out insects from the bark with their sharp claws. Golden Lion Tamarins live in family groups, usually 3 or 4 in number. The fathers do most of the carrying of babies on their backs, the mothers tending only to the suckling of the young. Though weaned at 3 months, the young stay with the parental group throughout the upbringing of at least one subsequent youngster, to learn and copy behaviour patterns. The Atlantic rainforest of costal Brazil, where the last wild representatives of this species survive, is being destroyed by agricultural and urban development. In 1974 when wild numbers were estimated at around 50, the Poco das Antas Reserve was established to provide a safe place for the remaining animals to live and breed. Supplemented by animals reintroduced to the wild from captive collections, the wild population is now growing steadily. In Captivity: Since the 1960s when zoos and other animal collections were still very much dependent on wild caught animals, a greater understanding of social and dietary needs of these tiny monkeys has developed. Today the captive population numbers over 500, is more than self-sustaining and is able to provide animals for reintroduction in Brazil. Around 100 individuals have been released into the rainforest in and around Poco das Antas as part of a carefully planned and monitored project. Although this ambitious programme has not been without its problems, continuing international cooperation means the future of the Golden Lion Tamarin in the wild is brighter than at any time in the last half century. In 1989, 2 young females from Marwell were amongst those released in Brazil, and more have followed since.
Walrus Baby
Walrus Baby
Odobenus rosmarus Walruses live to about 20–30 years old in the wild. The males reach sexual maturity as early as 7 years, but do not typically mate until fully developed around 15 years of age. They rut from January through April, decreasing their food intake dramatically. The females begin ovulating as soon as 4–6 years old. The females are polyestrous, coming into heat in late summer and also around February, yet the males are fertile only around February; the potential fertility of this second period is unknown. Breeding occurs from January to March, peaking in February. Males aggregate in the water around ice-bound groups of estrous females and engage in competitive vocal displays. The females join them and copulate in the water. Gestation lasts 15 to 16 months. The first 3 to 4 months are spent with the blastula in suspended development before it implants itself in the placenta. This strategy of delayed implantation, common among pinnipeds, presumably evolved to optimize both the mating season and the birthing season, determined by ecological conditions that promote newborn survival. Calves are born during the spring migration, from April to June. They weigh 45–75 kg (99–170 lb) at birth and are able to swim. The mothers nurse for over a year before weaning, but the young can spend up to 3 to 5 years with the mothers. Because ovulation is suppressed until the calf is weaned, females give birth at most every two years, leaving the walrus with the lowest reproductive rate of any pinniped. New York Aquarium Coney Island NY

3 months baby development
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