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, whose fur is prized; when threatened, it releases a nauseous and irritating secretion from its anal glands.
Very common carnivorous mammal living in a den and hunting at night (mostly rodents); its fur is highly prized.
Mostly nocturnal carnivorous mammal of the Americas.
Nocturnal carnivorous mammal found in the deserts of Arabia and North Africa; it is easily tamed and capable of going without water for long periods.
Widespread carnivorous amphibious and usually nocturnal mammal with webbed feet feeding mainly on fish and prized for its fur.