The tips of the Atlas moth's (Attacus atlas) wings mimic the head of a Malaysian tree snake, an illusion which wards off predators. The moths live only 1-2 weeks surviving only on larval fat saved from their caterpillar days as they lack fully-formed mouth parts.
Treeshrews: Order: Scandentia, Class: Mammalia; small mammals native to the tropical forests of Southeast Asia; families: Tupaiidae (tree shrews) & Ptilocercidae (pen-tailed treeshrews); 20 species in 5 genera; have a higher brain to body mass ratio than any other mammals, including humans
Oriental Bay-Owl (Phodilus badius saturatus) Khao Kheow Open Zoo, Thailand The Oriental Bay Owl has a heart-shaped face with ear-like extensions, usually classified with barn owls. It is completely nocturnal, and can be found in Southeast Asia.
The Irrawaddy dolphin is a euryhaline species of oceanic dolphin found in discontinuous subpopulations near sea coasts and in estuaries and rivers in parts of the Bay of Bengal and Southeast Asia. Genetically, the Irrawaddy dolphin is closely related to the killer whale.
The sun bear is the most aggressive species of bear and also the smallest, they only grow to about 4 or 5 feet long. They get their names from the white patch on their chest which resembles a rising sun. They have the largest teeth in proportion to their bodies compared to any other species of bear as well. The sun bear is known to attack humans without provocation. In their defense they are incredibly protective of their young, they’re real mama bears.