No, but they learn before they become too dependent of their mothers.
Whales are taught to hunt like lions teach their cubs: they do it and the cubs copy.
No, your pups are too weak and inexperienced to hunt.
Tiger cubs are endangered because people hunt them for their skin
Jaguar cubs (kittens) do not hunt. That is done by the mother.
Lions, leopards and hyenas will hunt and kill cheetah cubs.
It is the mother polar bear that teaches her cubs (usually two cubs) by example. Cubs often hamper their mother's hunting, but eventually the cubs become able to exist on their own. A mother polar bear will try to avoid meeting an adult male polar bear, as there is a danger the male may kill and eat her cubs.
Yes. Female cheetahs hunt for their cubs and they need to teach them so they need to know how to hunt.
clean them teach them how to hunt nurse them basicly the same thing your mom does
No, they hunt themselves, they don't hunt for anyone or help other polar bears hunt, except for their cubs.
Seals, fish, anything they can hunt. When hungry a male will hunt cubs.
Genes, lots of teachings about how to hunt, where to hunt among others, and milk when they were cubs.