Foreman of the Non-Ungulate Mammals Section – Carnivores He takes care of polar bears, seals, lions, cheetahs, tigers, but also meerkats, anteaters and otters. Of course, he does not take care of all animals personally. The staff of the non-ungulate carnivores includes four other carers, who have about 60 animals under their care. They are responsible for feeding and taking care of the animals and, of course, cleaning the enclosures. The greatest breeding successes of this section include the propagation of small pandas, Sumatran tigers, snow leopards and maned wolves.