examples of ungulate mammals 
There are many species of ungulate mammals; some are wild, some are domesticated and some are both.
Domestic omnivororous ungulate raised mainly for its meat and its hide.
Wild ungulate found in forests and marshes with sharp canines that it uses to defend itself; it is hunted for its hide.
Wild ungulate found in the forests of the Americas having a dorsal gland that emits a nauseous secretion; it is prized for its hide.
Ungulate ruminant covered with a thick wooly coat domesticated for its milk, meat and wool.
Ungulate ruminant with hollow horns able to jump and climb; it is domesticated for its milk and meat.