Animals typical of the Indochina Region live in Thailand.

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Large mammals are represented by Indian elephants, bantengs, and formerly also by Sumatran rhinos. The largest predators are the tigers, as well as the sun bears and the leopards.

A characteristic animal of humid forests is the Sunda flying lemur and the largest insectivorous bat - the kalong, also called the large flying fox.

The most interesting Thai bird is the white-bellied sea eagle. There are a lot of reptiles in Thailand, especially snakes, the largest representative of which is the reticulated python.