examples of ungulate mammals 
There are many species of ungulate mammals; some are wild, some are domesticated and some are both.
Ungulate found in the savannas and marshy areas of Africa and Asia with a one-horned or two-horned muzzle; it is threatened with extinction.
Ruminant ungulate found in African savannas that can reach 23 feet in height; it has a prehensile tongue and small horns.
Amphibious ungulate of Africa that can weigh up to 6 tons; it defends itself with its canine teeth, which grow constantly.
The largest land mammal today, found in the forests and savannas of Africa and Asia; it is hunted for its ivory tusks.