What's the name of this spider? Ops.... I'm no spider Xpert. But it's a jumping spider, Have a close look at its eye. When it's black in colour it mean it's looking directly at you, when it turns green that means it's looking away.
annotated budak that explains more about millipedes and centipedes.
Common Tit (Hypolycaena erylus teatus)
Blue Glassy Tiger (Ideopsis vulgaris macrina)
He also pointed out the Belongkeng snail. That's my first photo record! Thanks Mr Wong! Unlike some other snails, they lack of a covering call operculum which seals the opening of the shell.
And a family of 4 Smooth Otters Lutrogale perspicillata are also seen at the river along the main bridge. Otters mainly eat fishes but they do feed on crustaceans too! More Photos of otters are at my flickr.
Lesser Dog-faced fruit bat . They usually roost together because it's safer in numbers. They can be found roosting under palms or trees. Do you know that the flowers of the Durian trees are pollinated my bats?!