Penguin（皇企鹅）: A fatherEmperor penguin(皇企鹅，南极地区一种巨大的企鹅，颈部有桔黄色块) withstands the Antarctic
cold for 60 days or
more to protect his eggs, which he keeps on his feet, covered with a feathered
flap. During this entire time he doesn't eat a thing. Most father penguins lose
about 25 pounds while they wait for their babies to hatch. Afterward, they feed
thechicks(刚出生的皇企鹅) a special liquid from their throats. When
the mother penguins return to care for the young, the fathers go to sea to eat
are tiny South American monkeys. The fathers take care of their babies from
birth. When the marmoset is born, the father cleans it, then carries it to the
mother only when it needs to be nursed. When the baby can eat solid food, the
father will feed it.
Sandgrouse（沙鸡）: A father Namaqua sand grouse of Africa's
Kalahari Desert flies as far as 50 miles a day in order to soak himself in water
and return to his nest, where his chicks can drink from his feathers!
Frog（达尔文蛙）: The male Darwin frog hatches his
eggs in apouch(小袋子，文中指“达尔文蛙的声囊”) in his mouth. He can eat and
continue about his business until his tadpoles(蝌蚪)lose their tails, become tiny frogs, and
jump out of his mouth!
The male sea horse has a pouch in which the mother lays her eggs. The
father then looks after the eggs for about two months, until they hatch and
leave the pouch. He continues to protect the young until they are able to live
on their own.
are large South American birds similar to ostriches (鸵鸟) . Father rhea takes sole
care of his young. From eggs to chicks, he feeds, defends, and protects them
until they are old enough to survive on their own.