examples of carnivorous mammals 
Carnivorous mammals (about 270 species) that have strong canines (fangs) and sharp molars (carnassials) adapted for eating flesh.
Large carnivorous mammal common mainly in Africa that lives in groups called prides; only the male has a mane.
Carnivorous mammal of Africa and the Middle East with nonretractable claws; it is the fastest of the land mammals, reaching speeds of 62 mph.
Carnivorous mammal of Africa and Asia with yellow fur and black spots; it mostly lives in trees and usually hunts at night.
Carnivorous mammal of Central and South America with spotted fur; it is an excellent swimmer and hunts at night.