There are no known cases of males producing babies from their own bodies in the way that females do, however, many male fish such as Salmon will watch over nests of eggs, some male birds such as Ostriches will also watch over a nest of eggs and look after the chicks and male seahorses will take eggs into a pouch on their tummy and grow the baby seahorses in the pouch – so males certainly make very good parents!
Not naturally. In order to get an embryo, the egg cell produced by the female has to be fertilised by the sperm produced by the male. Therefore, males only produce one of the cells needed to get an embryo. Also, males don’t have an organ intended for keeping the developing embryo (the womb in women).