China's Wild Side

National Geographic
China's Wild Side


China's Wild Side is a two part series that focuses on China's unseen wildlife in two unique areas: Tibet and Yunnan. Tibet has surprising diversity, and is even home to a species of the world's highest living snake, the hot-spring snake, and a thick-coated troupe of primates. Centred in the southeast of China Yunnan covers varied ecosystems that range from alpine regions to tropical rainforest.


Season 1
  • Magical Beasts


    This is China's kingdom of wildlife, stretching from precipitous snowy peaks to dense tropical rainforests, it is home to the country's greatest number of animal species

  • Tibet's Animal Kingdom


    Welcome to the roof of the world, the wild, mysterious animal kingdom of Tibet where animals and people co-exist in an extraordinary tough high altitude environment.