examples of carnivorous mammals 
Carnivorous mammals (about 270 species) that have strong canines (fangs) and sharp molars (carnassials) adapted for eating flesh.
Mostly nocturnal carnivorous mammal of Eurasia; it is a good swimmer and climber and often catches fowl, domestic rabbits and rats.
Very agile carnivorous mammal of Africa and Asia; it is easily tamed and is used to destroy harmful pests (snakes, rats).
Mostly nocturnal agile carnivorous mammal of Eurasia and North America prized for its silky fur; it is a good climber.
Carnivorous amphibious and mostly nocturnal mammal with webbed feet found in Eurasia and the Americas; it is hunted and raised in captivity for its highly prized fur.
Very agile carnivorous mammal common in Eurasia; it is capable of attacking large prey (rats, voles, rabbits) in spite of its size.