examples of hooves
Ungulate mammals can have an odd or even number of toes (from one to five); the number can vary for the forelimbs and the hind limbs.
The pig, wild boar, hippopotamus and elephant are the principal animals with this kind of hoof.
The rhinoceros, for example, has this kind of hoof.
The deer, giraffe, bull, sheep and camel are the principal animals with this kind of hoof.
The horse, zebra and ass, for example, have one-toed hooves.