In the Northern Hemisphere, red pandas procreate in the spring. But in the Southern Hemisphere, July is the breeding season.
Skunks typically give birth after 63 days of gestation, and their breeding season is from February to March.
A giraffe's pregnancy normally lasts 15 months, and births take place every two years. Every day of the year, females give birth, and they normally reach maturity between the ages of five and seven.
From September to December is the deer breeding season, with October being the busiest month.
The rabbit breeding season, which might run until the end of the summer, begins in February. Rabbits can have several litters a year, each requiring a 30-day gestation period. Four to eight young are frequently born to a mother rabbit.
During the breeding season, male seals compete with one another for supremacy, frequently leaving their chests calloused. Baby seals are born between December and March.
Up to the second year of life, when they reach maturity, hedgehogs can breed. While they can range in length from 33 to 42 days, their gestation periods usually last 35 days.
Depending on the farm, the production method, and the area, the best reproduction rate will vary. In their natural state, sheep reproduce seasonally, giving birth to young during the time when their chances of surviving are the best.
After 18 to 22 months, elephants give birth. A pregnant elephant is unable to work during the last year of pregnancy or for the next three to four years while nursing.
Between the ages of five and eight, most dolphins mature. Between 11 and 17 months is the typical gestational period for dolphins. They give birth to a single calf every one to six years, and it is fed milk through its nipples.