The question may look funny. But it's a serious question. Among all animals, human beings show strong bond towards their kids almost till their death.
It's law of nature that animals (and birds) except human beings allow their kids to make space of their own once they turn mature, to some extend human beings too though they still love kids. What about animals and birds? They show great affinity to kids when they are babies, similar to human beings. But what happen to them after years? Can they recognize their kids? Do they show some kind of affinity towards them?
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