In terms of number of species, the order containing bats is second largest (20% of all mammal species) and the order containing shrew and mole species is third (about 10%). What order of mammal contains the largest number of species at around 40% of all mammal species?
Even-toed ungulates have about 220 species, carnivores have about 280 species, primates around 350 and rodents approximately 2050 species.
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