One of the mammals in the swamp is the black bear. These bears grow up to 6 feet tall and weigh 300 pounds. Their fur can be black or brown. They have long claws that help them climb trees and dig for food. They like to eat plants, fruit, berries, nuts, insects, and small mammals.

Another mammal in the swamp is the bobcat. These cats are bigger than house cats. They have spots on their fur. They are very fast. Their tails are short. They have tufts of hair on their ears. They like to eat small mammals like rabbits. They pounce on their food.

You might see a raccoon in the swamp. Raccoons are nocturnal. This means they sleep in the day and are awake at night. They have bushy tails with colored rings on them. They have long fingers and toes. They eat almost anything. They like frogs, mice, plants, and garbage.

White tailed deer live in the swamp, too. The male deer have antlers. They eat plants.

Other mammals in the swamp are otters, nutria, beavers, panthers and squirrels.