Malay bear (scientific name: Helarctos malayanus) is a small bear belonging to Malay bear of carnivorous order. It is the smallest bear in existence, with a body length of 110-150 cm and a weight of 27-75 kg. The whole body is black, fat, short neck, short and round head, small eyes, bare nose and lips, small ears and wide neck. There is a symmetrical hairy spiral on both shoulders and a hairy spiral in the center of the chest spot. The tail is about the same length as the ear; There are short webs at the base of the toes and fingers. The chest is usually dotted with a prominent U-shaped stripe, which is light tan or yellowish white. The tongue is long enough to lick termites. The claw hook is sickle shaped and good at climbing.