What percentage of mammals are carnivores?

I cant find a good answer to thins anywhere



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    A little math would get you the percentage you’re looking for!  We find that the number of mammal species that are strictly carnivores is around 260-270, and we know that the total number of mammal species is around 5400.  So 5400 divided by 270 gets us our percentage – about 1/20, or five percent.

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