A celebration of animal fathers! Jawfish males go hungry while they incubate fertilized eggs in their mouths for up to ten days. Poison Dart Frog fathers carry their tadpole offspring into the rainforest canopy where they will deposit each one in a separate water-filled bromeliad flower to complete their metamorphosis. Southern Cassowary father is the sole caregiver for his chicks - not only does he incubate the eggs for fifty days with nothing to eat or drink but he also monitors the chicks for most of a year to teach them how to survive in the wild. Cheers to Dad!