At up to 23 months, elephants boast the longest gestation period of any land animal. They also boast big babies: a newborn elephant weighs about 230 pounds (105 kilograms).
Which animal gives birth only once in lifetime?
For some, of course, it’s normal to only have one or a couple offspring in a lifetime. But swamp wallabies, small hopping marsupials found throughout eastern Australia, are far outside the norm: New research suggests that most adult females are always pregnant.
Can you be 11 months pregnant?
In Australia, the chance of pregnancies going beyond 42 weeks gestation is in the order of less than five per cent. Jackie Chan has claimed he was born three months overdue, spending a total of 12 months in his mother’s womb. “It’s highly unlikely that you would have a pregnancy that would go beyond 10 or 11 months.
How many babies can a zebra have in a lifetime?
Zebras give birth to one young, called a foal, every 2-3 years.