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Not Quite Motherly Love

Not Quite Motherly Love

While most Americans cheerfully celebrate Mother's Day, certain members of the animal world may beg to differ. Whether it's eating their young or simply abandoning them at birth, diverse species such as rabbits, beetles, and black eagles all have unique maternal behavior that wouldn't earn a bouquet of flowers nor a celebratory Snuggie. National Geographic profiles five of the "worst" animal moms and their odd parenting ways.

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