There are many species that remain in family groups all their lives, including (often) humans. Resident orcas are one example of an animal whose offspring never really leave; their pods sometimes span several generations.
Also, many large migratory animals never separate from their young. Buffalo, caribou and wildebeests all are examples of this. These animals often spend their entire lives side by side with their families, parting only to mate.
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