examples of carnivorous mammals 
Carnivorous mammals (about 270 species) that have strong canines (fangs) and sharp molars (carnassials) adapted for eating flesh.
Carnivorous mammal of the Americas living in various habitats (mountains, forests); it hunts only at night and is famed for its ability to leap.
Nocturnal carnivorous mammal of Eurasia and North America; it lives in packs and hunts large mammals (deer).
Very agile and powerful carnivorous mammal found in the forests of the Northern hemisphere; it is a night hunter with piercing eyes and its fur is highly prized.
Mostly nocturnal carnivorous mammal of the Northern hemisphere digging complex tunnels; its hairs are used to make hairbrushes and paintbrushes.
Carnivorous scavenger of Africa and Asia; hyenas live alone or in packs and will attack live prey.