Some of these flying (and poisonous) moths use tymbal organs to make noises – and some of them make noises that are ultrasonic, interfering with the bat’s echolocation.
But these aren’t the only mammals making use of extraordinary abilities to confound predators.
The California ground squirrel manipulates infrared to confuse rattlesnakes. The squirrels do not do the same for non-heat-seeking vipers. You should read about it here because then you’ll get to read about a research project involving “robo-squirrels.”