Mammals that have hooves instead of claws are called ungulates, and the wild ungulates present in the British Isles come under the order Artiodactyla, which means that they have an even number of hoofed toes. British hoofed mammals are all herbivorous, eating only vegetation. British wild hoofed species include deer and wild boar.
Find out more about Britain’s hoofed mammals, including what field signs to look out for, here:
Wild boar, Muntjac, Red deer
Sika deer, Fallow deer, Roe deer
Chinese water deer